verb (used with object), ge·lat·i·nized, ge·lat·i·niz·ing.
verb (used without object), ge·lat·i·nized, ge·lat·i·niz·ing.
to become gelatinous.
Also gelatinate; especially British, ge·lat·i·nise.
Origin of gelatinize
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Related Words for gelatinizeconsolidate, thicken, set, inspissate, curdle, compact, coalesce, condense, jelly, harden, concrete, dry, concentrate, solidify, clot, congeal, jell, jellify, clabber, gel
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Historical Examples of gelatinize
Though the solution does not gelatinize, it preserves the property of gluing surfaces together when it dries.
to make or become gelatinous
(tr) photog to coat (glass, paper, etc) with gelatine
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To convert into gelatin.
To become gelatinous.
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