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
But in the playoffs, their defense, led by assistant coach (and future Pistons head coach) Dwane Casey, jelled.
Such a force would never jell, couldn’t keep ISIS down, and would be rejected by Syria, Iran, the Kurds, and probably Turkey.
Biyombo vastly underperformed his four-year, $68 million contract, and Ibaka was not happy in Orlando and never jelled with his new teammates.
In like manner, Mr. Lee’s play descends into what feels like a clash of hastily assembled talking points that never jell into persuasive form.
The revenge story and the political conspiracy story don’t jell, and al-Makdasi’s larger plot feels generic and tacked on.
This was to be expected coming into the season, however the group is taking longer to jell than Altman expected.
Pitchers had loved working with Patrick Hallmark — who left MU to become coach at Incarnate Word — and Bieser needed another coach who could jell with the Tigers.
Gelatin and similar jelling agents have been in use for thousands of years, and throughout most of history molded dishes were the provenance of royalty and the well-to-do given the labor involved and sheer expense of ingredients and molds.
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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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