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To fill to excess, as with blood or other fluid.

en·gorge′ment n.
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All the ticks could not attach to the rabbits; moreover, they failed to engorge properly.
And its abandonment does not mean the end of managed care, as almost all the other plans on the table would also maintain and engorge the private, multi-payer insurance system.
Gallagher's lips engorge with potential to speak about anger and jouissance as well as abjection.
They relax the smooth muscle of blood vessels in the groin, allowing blood to engorge the penis and produce the erection.