congealed congealed  /kən ˈdʒild/


  • (adj) congealed into jelly; solidified by cooling



  • Renewed digging, ‘Davos of climate’ ideas identified for Snowmastodon

    When scientists and volunteer assistants wrapped up their excavation of the Ziegler Reservoir in 2011 to ride triumphantly in Aspen’s Fourth of July parade, they left untouched 90 percent of the deposits congealed in peat and clay. read more
    on July 4, 2013     Source: Aspen Daily News


  1. "We build our technologies as a way of addressing all our anxieties and desires," Powers says. "They are our passions congealed into these prosthetic extensions of ourselves. And they do it in a way that reflects what we dream ourselves...
    on Dec 14, 2006 By: Richard Powers Source: Independent

  2. "I'm not going to spend the next two weeks debating something that hasn't congealed," Obey said.
    on May 6, 2009 By: David Obey Source: Los Angeles Times

  3. "I would say it took us a few days to get our sea legs," Schumer said, conceding that the Democrats' energy message has been muddled. "We had many different voices here, but once we congealed around big oil and alternatives - bam! The message...
    on Jul 31, 2008 By: Charles Schumer Source:

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