Define congeal: of a liquid : to become thick or solid — congeal in a sentence.
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English dictionary definition of congeal. v. con·gealed , con·geal·ing , con·geals ...
What is congeal? congeal meaning, pronunciation and more by Macmillan ... if a
substance such as blood or fat congeals, it becomes thick and almost solid.
Feb 26, 2011 ... ... even if any midnight reveller knew it or was in a fit state to define it. ... is also
the origin of the English verb inspissate, to thicken or congeal.
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congenial',conga',congenital',conceal', example of use, definition, conjugation, ...
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition. n.
A soft, semisolid ... consistence of jelly. To solidify or congeal; become a jelly.
If you leave milk out of the refrigerator long enough, it will curdle. ... Curdle was
originally crudle, from crud (later curd), "any coagulated substance," or "congeal.
To freeze or congeal into hoarfrost. Origin. From Middle English rim, from Old
English hrÄ«m, from Proto-Germanic *hrÄ«maz, *hrÄ«mÄ… (“hoarfrost" ) (
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The prefix con-, which means “with” or “thoroughly,” appears in numerous
English vocabulary words, ... One highly used meaning of the prefix con- is “with.