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Then again, movie fights can certainly go pear-shaped when technology is funneled down our gullets with liver-engorging force.
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Medical Definition of engorge
transitive verb: to fill with blood to the point of congestion the gastric mucosa was greatly engorged
intransitive verb: to suck blood to the limit of body capacity unconscious of the dog tick engorging on his right ankle—John Barth
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