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Synonyms for engorge

to swallow (food or drink) greedily or rapidly in large amounts

to satisfy to the full or to excess

Synonyms for engorge

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O my head's too wide to fit between those jowls, say I, for all their touted skill to stretch balloonlike & engorge their prey .
It's thought the drug affects the soft nasal tissue in some people and could engorge veins in the nose with blood.
Memory-hogging games can engorge precious hard drives, they say, and, when played often or by many contestants at once, can bog down entire networks as central processors ship 3-D graphics back and forth.
The Femprox cream is a promising treatment under development designed to improve the blood flow to the genital area of females and restore the natural ability of the genital tissues to engorge with blood and produce lubricating secretions during sexual stimulation, thus improving sexual arousal and pleasure.
Separate apparatuses were used to engorge 200 larvae, 178 nymphs, and 55 female adults.
This is another of those TV-friendly hybrids, like hot-dog skiing and rhythmic gymnastics, that have managed to engorge the Olympics.