Chilled or otherwise congealed into jelly.(adjective)
Coated with jelly.(adjective)
Prepared or cooked in or with jelly.(adjective)
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Use "jellied" in a sentence
"Boiled clam, tomato, Japanese herb "shiso" in jellied clear soup of clam"
"They wear the haggard, elated looks of newly freed prisoners of war, their mouths dangling open in jellied smiles, their eyelids at three-quarters-mast."
"I then mapped it out and found that the line between General Mills HQ and Mecca went directly through Norway and Sweden, foreign places where the national dish is lutefisk--a kind of jellied fish much like the Arab dish, maraq samak sana'd except it's soaked in lye rather than tomato sauce and doesn't stink as badly."