Examples of jell in a Sentence
Our plans are finally starting to jell.
Boil the jam until it begins to jell.
Recent Examples of jell from the Web
Everything felt like a struggle as the 2016-17 Magic tried to jell.
Around that same time, efforts to transition from the old Milwaukee Pops Orchestra to a full-fledged symphony were jelling, and Zigman was deeply involved.
If the defense is still jelling and struggling to create a pass rush or make plays on the back end, Matt Ryan, Jameis Winston, Ben Roethlisberger and Aaron Rodgers may be taking target practice.
This time last year, teams clung to the desperate hope that Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant might not jell as expected.
Despite returning five starters from last year's group, the Lions opened the week at 3-4 and are still jelling as a group.
The subject of continued trade rumors, his inability to jell with Joel Embiid has made Okafor a difficult fit with the Sixers.
As Hüsker Dü jelled into a blitzkrieg hardcore trio, the bond between Mould and Hart deepened.
How will Thomas jell alongside LeBron James, something that wasn't always easy for Irving?
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Origin and Etymology of jell
First Known Use: 1869See Words from the same year
JELL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of jell for English Language Learners
: to become clear and definite
: to change into a thick substance that is like jelly
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