congest
Noun

congest (plural congests)

  1. (Ireland, Scotland, agriculture, history) a farmer whose lands do not support him adequately.
Synonyms Verb

congest (congests, present participle congesting; past and past participle congested)

  1. To hinder or block the passage of something moving, for example a fluid, mixture, traffic, people, etc. (due to an excess of this or due to a partial or complete obstruction), resulting in overfilling or overcrowding.
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