There was a patch of congealed blood behind his head: “Except for the blood…the dead man looked immaculate.”
As a result, the voice of the memoir changed and it all congealed into A Mountain of Crumbs.
In the same way he detached a morsel of congealed butter that clung pertinaciously to the end of his bashfully retreating nose.
The blood had congealed in my hands until they were so stiff as to be almost useless.
When it has congealed and is firm, lay your chickens on it with the breasts downwards.
Twas as though the very night––the passion of it––congealed upon us.
Form is then not something fixed and congealed—it is the ever-changing manifestation of functional activity.
Some spirits, which I had in a small keg, congealed to the consistency of honey.
(As the fluid water is congealed in the forms of snow and ice).
It is in the notion that these masses of ice are only congealed hailstones.