jelled : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v become gelatinous
the liquid jelled after we added the enzyme
- s congealed into jelly; solidified by cooling
- But nothing in the project jelled.
- And we've jelled ever since.
- But his thoughts had not jelled, and he tore up the declaration without having it typed.
News & Articles
- CAL VICK: Re-elect power, and our liberty may perish
The earthshaking revelation published by Thomas Paine just before the American Revolution in 1776 may have jelled the resolve of American colonists to free themselves from the oppressive English crown. That revelation was that all humans are born with God-given rights.
June 20, 2013 - The San Angelo Standard-Times
- Channing Frye in International Herald Tribune
Everybody has just jelled. Everybody is talking on defense, communicating. No one is complaining,forward Channing Frye said. "This is a really unique team to be on."
- Kyle Busch in USA Today
It doesn't surprise me that we've jelled this quickly, but it does surprise me that we already have five wins,said Busch, who was dropped by Hendrick Motorsports last year to make room for Dale Earnhardt Jr., and quickly found his way to the No.
- Haloti Ngata in Sports Network
It's great to see our defensive line getting to the quarterback, and DBs covering guys so that we can get to the quarterback,Ravens defensive tackle Haloti Ngata said. "It all jelled - linebackers, (defensive) line, to (defensive backs)....