The process of congealing or the state of being congealed.(noun)
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Use "congelation" in a sentence
"Eventually, the ice thickens into a more stable sheet with a smooth bottom surface, called congelation ice."
"In order to express the value of the linen as a congelation of human labour, that value must be expressed as having objective existence, as being something materially different from the linen itself, and yet a something common to the linen and all other commodities."
"Let us now consider the residue of each of these products; it consists of the same unsubstantial reality in each, a mere congelation of homogeneous human labor, of labour-power expended without regard to the mode of its expenditure."