Word to the Wise: congeal


congeal (verb) – to become or make solid

congealer (noun) – something that makes solid

Here are some examples of how you can use congeal:

Soup that has a lot of fat will congeal when you let it cool.

The blood congealed on the wound.

Put the pudding into the fridge and just let it congeal.

Zip Zap spray is a fast wound congealer.

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