a brand of dessert made from a mixture of gelatin, sugar, and fruit flavoring, dissolved in hot water and chilled until firm. Unabridged
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Jell-o (ˈdʒɛləʊ)
trademark (in US and Canada) jelly

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Word Origin & History

from Jell-O, trademark for powdered gelatin food, reg. 1934 by The Jell-o Company of Canada, Ltd., Montreal.
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Slang Dictionary


n. [Usenet: by analogy with spam] A message that is both excessively cross-posted and too frequently posted, as opposed to spam (which is merely too frequently posted) or velveeta (which is merely excessively cross-posted). This term is widely recognized but not commonly used; most people refer to both kinds of abuse or their combination as spam.
Example sentences
My brother used jello in a high school science project to demonstrate displacement.
And despite what you have heard, there is not always room for jello.
When you put the jello into the refrigerator, the jello turns thick.
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