Noun(1) an edible jelly (sweet or pungent(2) a preserve made of the jelled juice of fruit(3) any substance having the consistency of jelly or gelatin
Verb(1) make into jelly
(1) They make royal jelly in glands near their mouthparts.(2) Pour the custard off and just eat the jelly .(3) After preparation, the jelly was placed in a container and covered from dust, often not sealed in any way.(4) Put in the pulled breast, with any odd scraps of jelly , and stir about until the pieces are very hot indeed.(5) A toddler is believed to have choked to death on a jelly sweet linked to more than a dozen deaths around the world.(6) She stuffed another bite of pot roast with jelly into her mouth and watched for the vamp's reaction.(7) her legs felt like jelly(8) In this country port was as essential as redcurrant jelly , the two being combined in Francatelli's delicious sauce for venison.(9) Don't use petroleum jelly or a lit match to kill a tick.(10) petroleum jelly(11) The clusters can be frozen whole for jelly or juice.(12) Nearly two-thirds of all restaurant visits include French fries, pepperoni, potato salad or jelly filling.(13) Triad Disposables' hot new item - tubes of sterile lubricating jelly .(14) I set a jar of mayo and a jar of red jelly in front of him.(15) You would realize that too if you had to live on German jelly and bean stew for six months.(16) At the market, Wang Lung buys pork, lotus leaf, beef, beancurd, jelly , and at the candle shop, he buys a pair of incense sticks.
(1) peanut butter and jelly :: равған арахис ва желе
1. preserve ::
2. marmalade ::
3. jam ::
4. aspic ::
5. gelatin ::
6. jellify ::
Different Formsjellies, jelly, jellying, jellylike
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