Synonyms of congeal
thickenDictionary • The blood had started to congeal.
thicken • Keep stirring until the sauce thickens.
set • Lower the heat and allow the omelette to set on the bottom.
freeze • The ground froze solid.
harden • Mould the mixture into shape before it hardens.
clot • The patient's blood refused to clot.
stiffen • The fine-tuning lens in the eye stiffens with age.
condense • The compressed gas is cooled and condenses into a liquid.
solidify • The thicker lava would have taken two weeks to solidify.
curdle • The sauce must not boil or the egg yolk will curdle.
coagulate • The blood coagulates to stop wounds bleeding.
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clotWhen blood clots, it becomes thick and forms a lump.
• The patient's blood refused to clot.
coagulateWhen a liquid coagulates, it becomes very thick.
• The blood coagulates to stop wounds bleeding.
condenseWhen a gas or vapour condenses, or is condensed, it changes into a liquid.
• The compressed gas is cooled and condenses into a liquid.
Thesaurus for congeal from the Collins English Thesaurus
to change or cause to change from a soft or fluid state to a firm or solid state