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jell

 (jĕl)
v. jelled, jell·ing, jells
v.intr.
1. To become firm or gelatinous; congeal.
2. To take shape or become clear; crystallize: A plan of action finally jelled in my mind.
v.tr.
1. To cause to become firm or gelatinous: used pectin to jell the jam.
2. To cause to take shape; make clear and definite; crystallize.

[Probably back-formation from jelly.]

jell

(dʒɛl) or

gel

vb, jells, jelling, jelled, gels, gelling or gelled
1. to make or become gelatinous; congeal
2. (intr) to assume definite form: his ideas have jelled.
n
US an informal word for jelly1
[C19: back formation from jelly1]

jell

(dʒɛl)
v.i.
1. to congeal; become jellylike in consistency.
2. to become clear, substantial, or definite; crystallize.
v.t.
3. to cause to jell.
[1820–30; back formation from jelly]

jell


Past participle: jelled
Gerund: jelling

Imperative
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Present
I jell
you jell
he/she/it jells
we jell
you jell
they jell
Preterite
I jelled
you jelled
he/she/it jelled
we jelled
you jelled
they jelled
Present Continuous
I am jelling
you are jelling
he/she/it is jelling
we are jelling
you are jelling
they are jelling
Present Perfect
I have jelled
you have jelled
he/she/it has jelled
we have jelled
you have jelled
they have jelled
Past Continuous
I was jelling
you were jelling
he/she/it was jelling
we were jelling
you were jelling
they were jelling
Past Perfect
I had jelled
you had jelled
he/she/it had jelled
we had jelled
you had jelled
they had jelled
Future
I will jell
you will jell
he/she/it will jell
we will jell
you will jell
they will jell
Future Perfect
I will have jelled
you will have jelled
he/she/it will have jelled
we will have jelled
you will have jelled
they will have jelled
Future Continuous
I will be jelling
you will be jelling
he/she/it will be jelling
we will be jelling
you will be jelling
they will be jelling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been jelling
you have been jelling
he/she/it has been jelling
we have been jelling
you have been jelling
they have been jelling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been jelling
you will have been jelling
he/she/it will have been jelling
we will have been jelling
you will have been jelling
they will have been jelling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been jelling
you had been jelling
he/she/it had been jelling
we had been jelling
you had been jelling
they had been jelling
Conditional
I would jell
you would jell
he/she/it would jell
we would jell
you would jell
they would jell
Past Conditional
I would have jelled
you would have jelled
he/she/it would have jelled
we would have jelled
you would have jelled
they would have jelled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.jell - become gelatinous; "the liquid jelled after we added the enzyme"
solidify - become solid; "The metal solidified when it cooled"

jell

see gel

jell

verb
To change or be changed from a liquid into a soft, semisolid, or solid mass:
References in classic literature ?
And so the little Jell --I had my doubts about 'em--are in a--oh, Lord, yes, it's easterly
Jell was granted unconditional bail and is scheduled to return to Sevenoaks Magistrate's Court on 27 February.
We didn't run him again at Ascot (in the Diamond Jubilee) as there are so many races in a season and we didn't want to punish him," said Jell.
Jell offers an enterprise SaaS based service, called JellVideo, which makes video meetings more effective.
Jell said Lizard's Desire will be flown back to Dubai where he will be rewarded with a holiday.