He was sleeping off his Sunday engorgement in a porch chair.
General relaxed condition of muscles; engorgement of cerebral and pulmonary vessels.
The other three, after an engorgement, rose to their cave and went to sleep for the night as we thought.
The lungs frequently show some dullness posteriorly, which may be due to engorgement or to the pressure of the enlarged heart.
This condition led to engorgement of the lungs and liver and increased pressure in the venous side of the circulation.
The engorgement of the obstructed territory has received the name of hemorrhagic infarction.
Nevertheless, it has nutritive qualities vastly superior to our ice cream, and stomach pains rarely follow an engorgement.
Congestion of the brain consists in an accumulation of blood in the vessels, also called hyperemia, or engorgement.
This engorgement has given rise to the term "kidney of pregnancy."
Less constantly, and it would seem in proportion to the development of the rash, engorgement of the glands may be noted elsewhere.
engorge en·gorge (ěn-gôrj')
v. en·gorged, en·gorg·ing, en·gorg·es
To fill to excess, as with blood or other fluid.