Jelly (noun)

  1. A sweet, translucent preserve made from fruit juice and sugar, set with gelatine.
  2. A similar product made from savory ingredients.
  3. A transparent or translucent substance with a gelatinous consistency, used as a food or for a particular purpose.

Origin:

From middle english gelée, from old french gelée, from geler ("to freeze, congeal"), from latin gelare ("to freeze"). first recorded in english in the 14th century.

Examples:

  1. She spread some grape jelly on her toast for breakfast.
  2. The jellyfish in the ocean was mesmerizing with its long, flowing tentacles.
  3. The jelly mold was filled with a mixture of fruit and gelatin.
  4. He added some cinnamon to the apple jelly to give it a spicy flavor.
  5. The jelly was still warm and had a smooth, silky texture.
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