verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
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OTHER WORDS FROM jellhalf-jelled, adjectiveun·jelled, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for jell
Our execution, with so many new players, is an area where we’re continuing to grow and jell together.No. 12 Maryland women lose their way on defense in an 81-72 defeat to No. 24 Missouri State|Ava Wallace|November 29, 2020|Washington Post
It was Tarshis who gave the comedian the memorable epithet “Jell-O Man.”
But his wavering and equivocal history on the marriage issue more properly suggests a profile in Jell-O.
But writing about a dancing duo that was never filmed is like trying to nail the Jell-O from the next room.
“Speaking about dance is like nailing Jell-O to the wall,” or so the saying, sometimes attributed to Merce Cunningham, goes.
As a member of its cast for almost 30 years, I must admit this feels a little like tacking pieces of Jell-O to a bulletin board.
She's going to have her currant jell' made right away, even whilst the currants are half green.
More'n that, when I get my jell' done I'm going to send Mrs. Calvert a tumbler and compare notes.
He turned and screamed at their long white faces; and still they came on, all stuck together, like some horrible jell—.The Longest Journey|E. M. Forster
The marmalade was then allowed to boil until a little dropped on a cold saucer would begin to jell.A Little Preserving Book for a Little Girl|Amy Waterman
Without pectin, however, it is impossible to make the juice solidify, or jell.Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 5|Woman's Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences