gel[ jel ]SEE DEFINITION OF gel
Synonyms for gel
- come together
- take shape
Antonyms for gel
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GEL
Do you think I'm not doing my best for you, gel—my very best?
A puff of wind and a slant of rain, as I've been saying to my gel here.
But show me the daughter that could do better for herself than my gel's father has done for her.
You shall read it aloud to me, my gel—or, better still, I'll read it to you.
I'm soory fur the gel, but ef she had the locket, of course she tuk the locket.
The Gel wobbled past him, slumped suddenly, flowed under a door.
Second, if spilled the gel will not 50 disperse as a liquid will.
And Wyatt has been in touch with Brandon ever sense you took his gel away from him.
Ef you're bound the gel is to sit in with her elders I'll go right ahead.
They're figgerin' on gettin' control of the gel away from you-all.
1899, as a chemical term, short for gelatin and perhaps influenced by jell. The invention of this word is credited to Scottish chemist Thomas Graham (1805-1869). Hair-styling sense is from 1958. The verb meaning "to become a gel" is attested by 1902; figurative sense is from 1958. Related: Gelled; gelling.