congest

All Verb Noun Adjective
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  • The area, even more so than the rest of the city, is very congested.
  • The old town is congested and much smaller than the new town.
  • Having only one lane open at a time congested traffic in the area.
  • The city traffic becomes more and more congested each year pass.
  • When the bridge was congested, crossing it could take up to an hour.
  • The very highest charges would be likely in the most congested urban areas.
  • As the old city area is very congested, city bus service is not available in some old city areas.
  • The railway is relatively congested, which means that only a few high speed trains can run each day.
  • Those who did go to work decided to go home early and the roads were congested long before peak hours.
  • The city has become the most congested city in the Middle East.
  • The road is often heavily congested with cars especially during peak hours.
  • Also the roads in the market are narrow and remain congested most of the time.
  • As the main north-south road it became very congested.
  • During the summer months the airport can become very congested.
  • The result was a highly congested section with numerous traffic lights making progress slow.
  • Traffic around the area has become very congested, and it can be almost impossible to find a place to park.
  • They feel it would congest and change the character of the small suburb.
  • Traffic frequently becomes congested on the route during the morning rush hour.
  • All the blood in her body seemed to congest in her throat. Cited from Half a Rogue, by Harold MacGrath
  • Because of this, the road is often congested especially in the rush hours.
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