Jell (verb)

  1. To become or make something become firm and solid, like jelly.
  2. To become or make something become coherent and well organized.

Origin:

From old english gelgan, gelian "to freeze, congeal".

Examples:

  1. The mixture will jell in the refrigerator.
  2. After the initial chaos, the team began to jell and work together effectively.
  3. The plan is starting to jell, and we are beginning to see a clear path to success.
  4. The mixture of agar-agar and sugar is heated and then cooled to jell it.
  5. The pudding will jell as it cools.
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