Congested vs Hyperemic - What's the difference?
As a verb congested
As an adjective hyperemic is
pertaining to, or exhibiting hyperemia; congested with blood.
(Ireland'', ''Scotland ) a tenant living on land whose resources do not support him adequately.
* 1937 , (Richard Walsh) constituency of South Mayo,
- The large farmer's land was divided among adjoining congests .
Dáil Éireann - 21 April, 1937: Acquisition of Mayo Lands for Relief of Congestion.
- Mr. Walsh asked the Minister for Lands...if he will state the cause of the delay in having these lands divided amongst local congests .
To overfill or overcrowd.
Pertaining to, or exhibiting hyperemia; congested with blood.
*1996 , (David Foster Wallace), Infinite Jest , Abacus 2013, p. 208:
*:Calvin Thrust is quietly rumored to have on the shaft of his formerly professional porn-cartridge-performer's Unit a tattoo that displays the magiscule initials CT'' when the Unit is flaccid and the full name ''CALVIN THRUST when hyperemic .