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Any severe storms that congeal close to the Interstate 95 corridor will be capable of locally torrential downpours, intense cloud-to-ground lightning, hail up to a quarter size, and peak wind gusts of 60 to 70 mph.

An additional batch of scattered thunderstorms may develop from the Mid-Atlantic into western Massachusetts and shift east, congealing into a mass of downpours that will roll through southern New England.

The simulation shows a robust storm line that has congealed over the Blue Ridge, ahead of the advancing cold front.

They then congeal with grease and other cooking fats improperly sent down drains to form sometimes massive “fatbergs” that block pumps and pipes, sending sewage backing up into basements and overflowing into streams.

Lockdown has distorted our perceptions of time, making months of mandatory monotony congeal into a goo of boredom and malaise.

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The shock will soon congeal into fear-fueled groupthink and gridlock.

But when directed inward, that lifeblood tends to congeal, while exposed to rigorous movement it can offer sustaining power.

They do not congeal for the reason that the salt of the ocean lowers the point at which the water solidifies to near 28° Fahr.

The effect upon the water, already at freezing-point, would be to congeal the surface at once.

Boil down the syrup to half its original quantity, but take care that it does not boil long enough to congeal or become thick.

Captain Scraggs shook his head as if his thoughts threatened to congeal in his brain and he desired to shake them up.

The jelly obstinately refused to clarify, and the blanc-mange was equally unwilling to congeal.

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On this page you'll find 55 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to congeal, such as: curdle, thicken, cake, clabber, clot, and concrete.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.