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Jell-O

[jel-oh] /ˈdʒɛl oʊ/
Trademark.
1.
a brand of dessert made from a mixture of gelatin, sugar, and fruit flavoring, dissolved in hot water and chilled until firm.
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Examples from the web for jello
  • 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.
British Dictionary definitions for jello

Jell-o

/ˈdʒɛləʊ/
noun
1.
trademark (in US and Canada) jelly
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Word Origin and History for jello

Jello

n.

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

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