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congealed electricity

congealed electricity
 n.— «I never know quite what to think about the Northwest’s aluminum smelters. They consume huge amounts of power—to the point that aluminum is sometimes called “congealed electricity.”» —“The Daily Score: Aluminum Not Foiled” by Clark Williams-Derry Sightline Institute (Seattle, Washington) Aug. 2, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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