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decongest

(dē′kən-jĕst′)
tr.v. decon·gested, decon·gesting, decon·gests
To relieve the congestion of (sinuses, for example).

de′con·ges′tion (-jĕs′chən) n.
de′con·ges′tive adj.
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I was given an oily decollete massage before moving onto the hard-hitting, more intensive part of the treatment when the Hydra-Matte Lotion, Hydra Thirst Quenching Serum and Skin Beauty Repair Concentrate were immediately absorbed by my thirsty skin and my eyes were decongested with Clarins Eye Contour Gel.
The study also suggested the evening rush hour had been dramatically decongested, with average speeds between 4pm and 7pm consistently exceeding 50mph.
They will settle instead for safe streets, decongested roads, reliable and clean trains, prompt and dignified medical services, equality in pay, a removal of the NorthSouth divide, school lessons free from trendy dogma, and a chance to retire at 60 or so with enough money to enjoy a few years of well-earned retirement.
A fee, calculated and billed via automatic sensors, would be charged to each driver for the right to travel on the decongested, premium roadways, Turner indicates.
The patient's nose was decongested with phenylephrine 0.