un jellied

jellied

[jel-eed]
adjective
1.
congealed or brought to the consistency of jelly: jellied consommé.
2.
containing or spread over with jelly or syrup.

Origin:
1585–95; jelly + -ed2

unjellied, adjective
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jellied (ˈdʒɛlɪd)
 
adj
1.  congealed into jelly, esp by cooling
2.  containing, set in, or coated with jelly

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Word Origin & History

jelly
1381, from O.Fr. gelée "a frost, jelly," lit. fem. pp. of geler "congeal," from L. gelare "to freeze," from gelu "frost." Jellyfish as the popular name of the medusa and similar sea-creatures is from 1841. Jellybean first attested 1908. Jellyroll "cylindrical cake containing jelly or jam" is from
1895; as slang for "vagina, sexual intercourse" it dates from 1914 ("St. Louis Blues").
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jelly jel·ly (jěl'ē)
n.
A semisolid resilient substance usually containing some form of gelatin in solution.

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