jellify

verb
jel·​li·​fy
-ed/-ing/-es

Definition of jellify 

transitive verb

1 : to make gelatinous : jelly the red buttery mud is … jellified— Negley Farson

2 : to reduce to slackness or weakness I turned, all jellified at her voice— Eugene Walter

intransitive verb

: to become jelly or like jelly the lazy ear and the jellifying mindNew Republic

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