jellied

Jellied vs Bellied - What's the difference?

jellied | bellied |


As adjectives the difference between jellied and bellied

is that jellied is converted into jelly; congealed while bellied is (in combination) having some specific type of belly.

As verbs the difference between jellied and bellied

is that jellied is (jelly) while bellied is (belly).

Jellied vs Jollied - What's the difference?

jellied | jollied |


As verbs the difference between jellied and jollied

is that jellied is (jelly) while jollied is (jolly).

As an adjective jellied

is converted into jelly; congealed.

Jellies vs Jellied - What's the difference?

jellies | jellied |


As verbs the difference between jellies and jellied

is that jellies is (jelly) while jellied is (jelly).

As a noun jellies

is .

As an adjective jellied is

converted into jelly; congealed.

Jelled vs Jellied - What's the difference?

jelled | jellied |


As verbs the difference between jelled and jellied

is that jelled is (jell) while jellied is (jelly).

As an adjective jellied is

converted into jelly; congealed.

Cooked vs Jellied - What's the difference?

cooked | jellied |


As adjectives the difference between cooked and jellied

is that cooked is of food, that has been prepared by cooking while jellied is converted into jelly; congealed.

As verbs the difference between cooked and jellied

is that cooked is (cook) while jellied is (jelly).

Congealed vs Jellied - What's the difference?

congealed | jellied |


As verbs the difference between congealed and jellied

is that congealed is (congeal) while jellied is (jelly).

As adjectives the difference between congealed and jellied

is that congealed is (obsolete) frozen while jellied is converted into jelly; congealed.

Jelly vs Jellied - What's the difference?

jelly | jellied |


As verbs the difference between jelly and jellied

is that jelly is to wiggle like jelly while jellied is (jelly).

As adjectives the difference between jelly and jellied

is that jelly is (slang) jealous while jellied is converted into jelly; congealed.

As a noun jelly

is (new zealand|australia|british) a dessert made by boiling gelatine, sugar and some flavouring (often derived from fruit) and allowing it to set.