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

en·gorge′ment n.
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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.
Impotence coverage is only the latest abuse of taxpayer dollars that threatens to engorge Medicare.
This year, golf's money train of a postseason features a new event at which the sport's rich and famous can further engorge their already sizeable net worths.