congeal: verb (fr. gelé) To signify a state of mental numbness provoked by the absorption of licit and illicit mind altering substances.
Save it, I'm thoroughly congealed.
by Marcus Macdonald May 22, 2008
Solidify or coagulate, esp. by cooling: "the blood had congealed into blobs".

Take shape or coalesce, esp. to form a satisfying whole: "the ballet failed to congeal as a single oeuvre".
"There are many countervailing forces in America. They congeal into two political parties."
by The Taxi Dog December 31, 2011

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