verb (used with or without object), en·gorged, en·gorg·ing.
to swallow greedily; glut or gorge.
Pathology. to congest with blood.
Origin of engorge
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Related Words for engorgeglut, englut, gobble, down, stuff, wolf, ingurgitate, overeat, guzzle, overindulge, gorge
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In the tear-down culture in which we engorge ourselves like ticks bloated on blood, I guess he truly is the King.LeBron James, the Most Hated Athlete in America
June 14, 2011
pathol to congest with blood
to eat (food) ravenously or greedily
to gorge (oneself); glut; satiate
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To fill to excess, as with blood or other fluid.
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