Hell hath no fury like a woman whose breasts are engorged with milk.
I agree with Tim Carney that the lobbying industry in D.C. has engorged itself in ways that are both ugly and dangerous.
Hardly able to hobble into the room on his bruised and engorged feet, he sported black eyes.
engorge en·gorge (ěn-gôrj')
v. en·gorged, en·gorg·ing, en·gorg·es
To fill to excess, as with blood or other fluid.