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synonyms for congested

  • choked
  • crowded
  • glutted
  • gridlocked
  • jammed
  • overcrowded
  • teeming
  • closed
  • crammed
  • filled
  • gorged
  • massed
  • mobbed
  • obstructed
  • overfilled
  • overflowing
  • packed
  • plugged
  • stopped
  • stoppered
  • stuffed
  • chock-full
  • jam-full
  • jam-packed
  • packed like sardines
  • stuffed-up
  • up to the rafters

antonyms for congested

MOST RELEVANT
  • empty
  • clear
  • free
  • open
  • unblocked
  • uncrowded
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How to use congested in a sentence

Software was going to replace our dangerous, congested, sprawling roads with something utterly safe, seamless and organized.
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It’s as though one could drive at high speed through a congested city center, never hitting a traffic light.
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For some, the change was spurred by employees’ worries about the potential issues — like congested polling or needing extra time between voters so that coronavirus restrictions can be met — that could crop up while trying to vote during the pandemic.
‘AMERICA’S MOST COMPLICATED ELECTION DAY YET’: WHY SOME AD AGENCIES ARE TAKING A NEW APPROACH TO TIME OFF TO VOTE THIS YEARKRISTINA MONLLOSOCTOBER 8, 2020DIGIDAY
Still, with planes having been flying at only about 30% of capacity, travelers have room and reason to consider taking to the skies this holiday season, normally the most congested time of year.
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The three rides below were comfortable and powered by fairly fuel-efficient engines, which meant I could breeze past congested rest areas instead of stressing out about stopping for gas.
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I do not remember any place outside of London where streets were more congested with all kinds of traffic.
BRITISH HIGHWAYS AND BYWAYS FROM A MOTOR CARTHOMAS D. MURPHY
London Bridge, which crosses near the Bank of England, is the most congested of all.
BRITISH HIGHWAYS AND BYWAYS FROM A MOTOR CARTHOMAS D. MURPHY
Every cellar is congested, the top floors having been wholly abandoned.
PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOL. 147, NOVEMBER 4, 1914VARIOUS
The London workhouses had become congested "by the flocking into them of the lowest and most difficult to manage classes of poor."
ENGLISH POOR LAW POLICYSIDNEY WEBB
The National Liberal became feverishly congested towards midnight as the results of the counting came dropping in.
THE NEW MACHIAVELLIHERBERT GEORGE WELLS
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WORDS RELATED TO CONGESTED

  • circumscribed
  • close-grained
  • compact
  • confined
  • confining
  • congested
  • consolidated
  • cropped
  • crowded
  • firm
  • impenetrable
  • impermeable
  • jam-packed
  • narrow
  • packed
  • restricted
  • short
  • solid
  • substantial
  • thick
  • tight
  • busy
  • congested
  • crammed
  • crowded
  • filled
  • flooded
  • full
  • humming
  • jampacked
  • lively
  • mobbed
  • multitudinous
  • overcrowded
  • overflowing
  • packed
  • populous
  • swarming
  • teeming
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