Definition of congeal
congealmentplay \kən-ˈjēl-mənt\ noun
Examples of congeal in a Sentence
The gravy began to congeal in the pan.
the surface of the pond congealed after several days of frigid temperatures
Recent Examples of congeal from the Web
On the runways of London, Florence, Milan, and Paris, trends congealed, It boys were made, and the offbeat, casual spirit of dads on a tropical vacation overtook fashion.
A tenant explored the basement one day and discovered that what looked like blood and animal tissue had been congealing there for years, forming a thick wall of mold.
The accompanying whipped potatoes were lackluster in comparison, with gravy that congealed into a tan paste after a while.
This explosion of activity raises issues for Democrats, though, who don’t know whether the enthusiasm will wane or congeal into a sense of unified purpose.
A world away in China and Southeast Asia, blood from pigs, ducks and yaks is a mainstay in soups and stocks, like Filipino dish dinuguan, or congealed into cubes in Bun Bo Hue from Vietnam.
In her book, there are certain foods every Southerner must appreciate, like congealed salad.
The advanced technique includes making a flavorful broth that is congealed, cut into cubes, and tucked inside steamed dumplings.
Even back in 1987, Kennedy knew that the conventional wisdom in Washington congealed quickly.
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Definition of congeal for English Language Learners
of a liquid : to become thick or solid
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