Fat congealed in globs on the surface of the soup.
The cool air congealed the fat.
When runny egg yolks cool and solidify, this is an example of a time when they congeal.
When the parts of a play come together to form a cohesive whole, this is an example of a time when they congeal.
The conversation congealed his thoughts into a theory.
Origin of congeal
- Middle English congelen from Old French congeler from Latin congelāre com- com- gelāre to freeze gel- in Indo-European roots
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition