congestion[ kuh n-jes-chuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF congestion
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONGESTION
The sun seemed much hotter in this congestion than in the open sea.
People's faces grew red with congestion in the growing heat.
There was no sitting the next day; for Vincent was in bed, ill, with congestion of the lungs.
It affects any sort of displacement and any kind of congestion.
Do you want to be laid up with bronchitis or congestion of the lungs?
If it were to rise as much, there would be danger of congestion of the brain.
The problem of congestion, in particular, is assuming ever graver proportions.
There is no sign of congestion or coming detachment whatever.
It was all banned about fifty years ago, on account of the congestion.
But the relationship to congestion he has not always seen for himself.