(Con"ge) v. i. [Imp. & p. p. Congeed ; p. pr. & vb. n. Congeing.] [OF. congier, congeer, F.
congédier, fr. congé. See Congé, n.] To take leave with the customary civilities; to bow or courtesy.
I have congeed with the duke, done my adieu with his nearest.
(Con"ge*a*ble) a. (O. Eng. Law) Permissible; done lawfully; as, entry congeable.
(Con*geal") v. t. [imp. & p. p. Congealed ; p. pr. & vb. n. Congealing.] [F. congeler, L.
congelare, -gelatumn; con- + gelare to freeze, gelu frost. See Gelid.]
1. To change from a fluid to a solid state by cold; to freeze.
A vapory deluge lies to snow congealed.
2. To affect as if by freezing; to check the flow of, or cause to run cold; to chill.
As if with horror to congeal his blood.
(Con*geal"), v. i. To grow hard, stiff, or thick, from cold or other causes; to become solid; to
freeze; to cease to flow; to run cold; to be chilled.
Lest zeal, now melted . . .
Cool and congeal again to what it was.
(Con*geal"a*ble) a. [Cf. F. congelable.] Capable of being congealed. Con*geal"a*ble*ness,
(Con*geal"ed*ness) n. The state of being congealed. Dr. H.More.
1. The act or the process of congealing; congeliation.
2. That which is formed by congelation; a clot. [Obs.]
Wash the congealment from your wounds.
(Con"gee) n. & v. See Congé, Conge. [Obs.]
And unto her his congee came to take.
1. [Tamil kashi boilings.] Boiled rice; rice gruel. [India]
2. A jail; a lockup. [India]
Congee discharges, rice water discharges. Dunglison. Congee water, water in which rice has
(Con`ge*la"tion) n. [F. congélation, L. congelatio.]
1. The act or process of passing, or causing to pass, from a fluid to a solid state, as by the abstraction
of heat; the act or process of freezing.
The capillary tubes are obstructed either by outward compression or congelation of the fluid.
2. The state of being congealed.