• WordNet 3.6
    • n Jell-O fruit-flavored dessert (trade mark Jell-O) made from a commercially prepared gelatin powder
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In literature:

But we mostly like to hev a few sick to carry the flowers off our house plants to, an' now an' then a tumbler o' jell.
"Friendship Village" by Zona Gale
I've wiped the noses of seventy-nine single horses and eleven double teams sence one o'clock, and my vitals is all a perfect jell.
"A Guest at the Ludlow and Other Stories" by Edgar Wilson (Bill) Nye

In news:

Think tons of kids, tons of fun and games and tons of Jell -O.
Jell -O wall rises and falls at Seattle Center.
A wall of Jell -O is slowly growing and collapsing -- at the same time -- at the Seattle Center.
Bob Seng builds a wall out of Jell -O on Thursday, Aug 30, 2012 at the Seattle Center in Seattle.
Researchers Develop Pliable ' Jell -O' Memory Device.
Inside the Art Studio, There's Always Room for Jell -O.
Your taxpayer money has gone to fund Jell -O wrestling at the South Pole.
Tax dollars fund shrimp on treadmills, Jell -O wrestling in Antarctica.
Food Architects Make Castles out of Jell -O (Video).
Jump in green Jell -O, win Reba tix.
Northern Iowa authorities say they've cleaned up a slippery mess after a tipped semitrailer spilled Jell -O and pudding cups across a county road.
Jell -O Love: A Guide to Mormon Cuisine.
Pam Lyle's cookbook has Jell -O shots for Mardi Gras.
Trike racers say Hello to Jell -O.
Roy Robinsons Christina Trainor clearly practiced her form for the dive into the pool of Jell -O that marks the end of a relay leg.