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used in Frankenstein

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transition from a liquid to a thicker liquid or solid; or the firming of anything such as an idea
  • August 26th, 17— You have read this strange and terrific story, Margaret; and do you not feel your blood congeal with horror, like that which even now curdles mine?
    Chapter 24 (36% in)

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