Congested vs Hyperemic - What's the difference?

congested | hyperemic |


As a verb congested

is (congest).

As an adjective hyperemic is

pertaining to, or exhibiting hyperemia; congested with blood.

congested

English

Verb

(head)
  • (congest)
  • Anagrams

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    congest

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • (Ireland'', ''Scotland ) a tenant living on land whose resources do not support him adequately.
  • The large farmer's land was divided among adjoining congests .
  • * 1937 , (Richard Walsh) constituency of South Mayo, 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 .

    Verb

    (en verb)
  • To overfill or overcrowd.
  • hyperemic

    English

    Alternative forms

    *hyperaemic

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • 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 .