Adjective "jellied" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˈdʒɛli/

Definitions and examples

noun

A fruit-flavoured dessert made by warming and then cooling a liquid containing gelatin or a similar setting agent in a mould or dish so that it sets into a semi-solid, somewhat elastic mass.
  1. 'Uses are mainly for wine, fruit sauce, jelly, or fresh fruit.'
  2. 'A three-fruit jelly of distinct layers - blackberry, blueberry, raspberry - came with a deliciously intense fruit sauce.'
  3. 'And, after disastrous rehearsals, did an exceptional fruit jelly.'
  4. 'The orange jelly, though, was nothing more than a silly fancy on a rainy day.'
  5. 'Using a spoon, spread over the jelly so it covers the bottom crust.'
  6. 'Pour the custard off and just eat the jelly.'
  7. 'Adding cooking apples or damsons will ensure a perfect set in jam or jelly because of these fruits' high pectin levels.'
  8. 'The second act was a passion fruit jelly in an oyster shell - that was better.'
  9. 'Tart lemon jelly and crumbly crumbles went very well together, I thought.'
  10. 'Lunch may be with family or friends, and involve a classic roast followed by, say, fruit jelly made by the kids.'
  11. 'roast pheasant with redcurrant jelly'
  12. 'She said that he was hopeless - living on peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.'
  13. 'In Houston, a large jar of fruit jelly, which has a density similar to some explosives, triggered the alarm on a machine that scans checked luggage.'
  14. 'I also got extra points for using homemade blackberry jelly so graciously offered by a coworker.'
  15. 'It came with a red pepper cassonade, crab ice cream and a sliver of passion fruit jelly.'
  16. 'Nearly two-thirds of all restaurant visits include French fries, pepperoni, potato salad or jelly filling.'
  17. 'All jams, jellies, and pickled products processed less than 10 minutes should be filled into sterile empty jars.'
  18. 'The treatment back then was a diet of fried sheep thyroid glands with currant jelly on the side.'
  19. 'Nick peeked into the first basket, and passed me an apple jelly sandwich before taking a peanut butter one.'
  20. 'She went into the kitchen, and prepared a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.'
  21. 'I set a jar of mayo and a jar of red jelly in front of him.'
  22. 'Put in the pulled breast, with any odd scraps of jelly, and stir about until the pieces are very hot indeed.'
  23. 'She stuffed another bite of pot roast with jelly into her mouth and watched for the vamp's reaction.'
  24. 'In the kitchen, things which may need clarification are stock, clear soup, aspic, jelly, etc.'
  25. 'Those who wanted to build up the appetite, began by munching on seafood popiyat and meat jelly.'
  26. 'Slow cooked, the sinew that makes meat tough becomes jelly.'
  27. 'After preparation, the jelly was placed in a container and covered from dust, often not sealed in any way.'
  28. 'A sea-urchin egg is surrounded by a protective covering known as the vitelline envelope, which in turn is covered with a thick coat of jelly.'
  29. 'I don't like the idea of using petroleum jelly or any other synthetic product internally.'
  30. 'It is petroleum oil turned to jelly, and contains refined oil, gelliants, and butylated hydroxy toluene.'
  31. 'For the soy jelly: In small saucepan, combine soy sauce and water and bring to a boil.'
  32. 'Use petroleum jelly on the rim of the cup for a tight fit.'
  33. 'After peeling off outer skin, they polish it with castor oil, cactus jelly, curd, ghee and turmeric powder to make it smooth and slippery.'
  34. 'The cleared cuticles were mounted in glycerin jelly on glass slides for light microscopic examination.'
  35. 'When this was done it formed a jelly like substance.'
  36. 'As the Committee chairman testily remarked, this is a little like nailing jelly.'
A small sweet made with gelatin.
  1. 'At the market, Wang Lung buys pork, lotus leaf, beef, beancurd, jelly, and at the candle shop, he buys a pair of incense sticks.'
  2. 'If they tried to clear my arteries, they'd find one filled with vanilla cream, one filled with jelly, and one dusted with powdered sugar.'
  3. 'Undercover council officers are to swoop on local shops in a bid to keep a killer jelly sweet out of Bolton.'
  4. 'Served on a long white platter, the little row of apple treats starts with a pleasant apple jelly candy.'
  5. 'It is entirely possible that the jelly sweet stuck to his finger while he wet his finger to shine the ball.'
  6. 'Up close he looks like a child who has just eaten too much jelly at a birthday party.'
  7. 'These elegant jellies look fantastically decadent at the end of a picnic.'
  8. 'A toddler is believed to have choked to death on a jelly sweet linked to more than a dozen deaths around the world.'
  9. 'The jelly is contained in a dome-shaped plastic cup with a peel off foil lid.'
  10. 'Junkies die by injecting jellies into a vein, and they take it regularly as a come down from ecstasy or heroin.'
    Gelignite.
    1. 'But another reason for the raid was to test the use of Napon fire bombs containing a gasoline-based jelly.'
    Jelly shoes.

      verb

      Set (food) as or in a jelly.
      1. 'jellied eels'
      2. 'In Sweden it commonly includes herring, smoked eel, roast beef, tongue, jellied fish, boiled potatoes, and cheese.'
      3. 'So I piled Darren and Rob into the car and we headed down to Margate for some whelks and jellied eels.'
      4. 'Anyhoo, what I'm trying to get across is that this mag is harder to get hold of than a jellied eel.'
      5. 'I know you like chocolates, but last year we took some chocolate candy and some of those strange jellied candies in little cups out to the orphanage.'
      6. 'Getting funding, however, is more slippery than jellied eel in a pie and mash shop.'
      7. 'In a blender purée one 10-ounce package frozen strawberries and one can of jellied cranberry sauce.'
      8. 'Over the putts, his backswing would become as long and wobbly as a jellied eel.'
      9. 'There were jellied eels galore being passed round Roots Hall on Tuesday night as Southend reached the LDV Vans Final.'
      10. 'He's more East End than a Limehouse jellied eel in a pearly king's whistle.'
      11. 'Filling is minced meat with a cube of jellied broth.'

      adjective

      Jealous.
      1. 'trust me, you're gonna be jelly'

      Definitions

      1. congealed or brought to the consistency of jelly: jellied consommé.

      2. containing or spread over with jelly or syrup.

      More examples(as adjective)

      "eels can be jellied."

      "sauces can be jellied."

      "surfaces can be jellied."

      "stocks can be jellied."

      "stalls can be jellied."

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      Origin

      Early 21st century: abbreviation of jealous.