verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
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Origin of jell
OTHER WORDS FROM jellhalf-jelled, adjectiveun·jelled, adjective
Words nearby jell
Example sentences from the Web for jell
When making jelly, too long cooking turns the mixture into a syrup that will not jell.
It will jell more easily, and, not being as sweet as otherwise, will possess a finer flavor.
As to picking would say we pick them when not quite ripe, as the average housewife claims they jell better than when over-ripe.
Add five pounds of granulated sugar and let boil until a little in a cold saucer will jell.American Cookery|Various
It never fails to jell, which point is the cause of so much anxiety to amateur jelly-makers.Golden Days for Boys and Girls|Various