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used in The Aeneid

3 uses
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transition from a liquid to a thicker liquid or solid


the coming together of an idea or something with many parts
  • Mute and amaz'd, my hair with terror stood; Fear shrunk my sinews, and congeal'd my blood.
    Book 3 (4% in)
  • "Then, not before, I felt my cruddled blood Congeal with fear, my hair with horror stood: My father's image fill'd my pious mind, Lest equal years might equal fortune find.
    Book 2 (70% in)
  • His knocking knees are bent beneath the load, And shiv'ring cold congeals his vital blood.
    Book 12 (95% in)

There are no more uses of "congeal" in The Aeneid.

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