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con·geal / kənˈjēl/ • v. [intr.] solidify or coagulate, esp. by cooling: the blood had congealed into blobs | [as adj.] (congealed) congealed egg white. ∎ fig. take shape or coalesce, esp. to form a satisfying whole. DERIVATIVES: con·geal·a·ble adj. con·geal·ment n. ( archaic ).

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congeal

congeal make or become solid as by freezing. XIV. — (O)F. congeler — L. congelāre, f. CON- + gelāre freeze (see GELID).

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