Origin of jell
OTHER WORDS FROM jellhalf-jelled, adjectiveun·jelled, adjective
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How to use jell in a sentence
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