- 1(of blood, fat, etc.) to become thick or solid congealed blood The cold remains of supper had congealed on the plate.
- 2(figurative) The bitterness and tears had congealed into hatred.
NAmE//kənˈdʒil//[intransitive]Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they congeal
he / she / it congeals
past simple congealed
-ing form congealing