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con·geal

 (kən-jēl′)
v. con·gealed, con·geal·ing, con·geals
v.intr.
1. To solidify or coagulate: Fat congealed in globs on the surface of the soup.
2. To come together so as to form a whole or produce a result: "The colliding ideologies and personalities congealed into an acute electoral and constitutional crisis" (Susan Dunn).
v.tr.
1. To cause to solidify or coagulate: The cool air congealed the fat.
2. To cause to come together to form a whole or produce a result: The conversation congealed his thoughts into a theory.

[Middle English congelen, from Old French congeler, from Latin congelāre : com-, com- + gelāre, to freeze; see gel- in Indo-European roots.]

con·geal′a·ble adj.
con·geal′er n.
con·geal′ment n.
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This feature makes it useful for operations which involve spraying or application of sealants, paints, coatings, or other congealable media which can clog conventional pressure ports.
Current trial was carried out during the four seasons of the year to evaluate the superovulatory response and the total production of congealable and viable structures of Nellore cows fed with linseed grains or canola seeds.
This design creates zero dead volume and makes it ideal for operations which involve spraying or application of sealants, paints, coatings or other congealable media which can clog conventional pressure ports.