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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of jell.
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- adj. congealed from a liquid state into a jelly; jellied.
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- adj. congealed into jelly; solidified by cooling
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The term jelled over the following decades to mean just what Ms. Palin wants it to mean: Everyman, the high-sodium end of the salt-of-the-earth contingent, sitting down with a six-pack in a living room further away from the subtleties of D.C. and Manhattan power games than any geographical distance could put him.
The term jelled over the following decades to mean just what Ms. Palin wants it to mean:
WHAT WENT RIGHT: The Shockers jelled from the start, racing to an 11-1 record before starting MVC play.
Imhoof said the idea jelled when the three bands realized that a circle enclosing their schools included several major population centers, where many alumni from each school reside.
When I saw your post it kind of jelled my thoughts.
I look to my right and see Andruw Jones and Chipper Jones, and the first couple of days we played together we just kind of jelled right away.
In looking at the "jelled" forms, sychronic readings disregard the "dynamical processes"; they see the "shapes embedded in the fabric of motion" without considering the implications of that "fabric of motion" in which they are embedded.
Late summer and early Fall -- the conversation with Dan took place sometime that summer and it kind of jelled and we got going in the Fall and then as I'd say we'd give each other assignments -- and then the part that either of us liked too terribly -- then we'd re-write each other and edit each other.
The minds of the American people have largely "jelled".
The jam had behaved beautifully; had "jelled" in the most satisfactory manner, just the right colour; now it stood in a neat array of jars on a side table, waiting to be sealed and labelled when cold.