The blood had congealed in my hands until they were so stiff as to be almost useless.
Every pool of water on the island was congealed into a solid mass.
Worse than that, for the ice would have melted and I congealed the more.
Twas as though the very night––the passion of it––congealed upon us.
Some spirits, which I had in a small keg, congealed to the consistency of honey.
It is in the notion that these masses of ice are only congealed hailstones.
Hanging on trees were bladders filled with congealed milk or blood.
Her arms were bare, her face and eyes red; the steam of soapsuds had congealed on them.
The spices had congealed and glued it to the sack-like shroud.
There was a congealed mass of blood on one leg just above the boot top.