- v. present participle of congeal.
“Re the "rapidly congealing conventional wisdom": "rapidly congealing" is probably the operative state.”
“When the water evaporates a kind of congealing process sets in, -- a sort of atmospheric change, don't you know?”
“South Korea's sex ratio at birth reached 115 to 100 in the 1990s but has since fallen back to 107, thanks to what Mr. Eberstadt calls a "spontaneous and largely uncoordinated congealing of a mass movement for honoring, protecting and prizing daughters.”
““Come on,” I whisper to my mother, still planted in the kitchen chair in front of her plate of cold congealing meat.”
“The bathroom was streaked with red, bloody towels congealing in the bottom of the tub like bandages on a clotting wound.”
“Her lobster tail is getting cold, drawn butter congealing.”
“Or do we all agree to take a stand, here and now, against so many of our beloved basic cable networks all congealing into variations on two basic themes: The Movie and TV Rerun Network or The Deeply Depressing Cheap-o Reality TV Network?”
“All these years, it's been festering and congealing ......”
“But I think at this point it's pretty much congealing around Romney and Gingrich.”
“Here was evidence, then, that wireless is congealing into an AT&T and Verizon duopoly, right?”
‘congealing’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for congealing.