Verb(1) make someone convulse with laughter(2) be overcome with laughter(3) move or stir about violently(4) shake uncontrollably(5) cause to contract(6) contract involuntarily, as in a spasm
(1) Jessica reached for the button to summon the nurse even as Sam's body began to convulse .(2) The capacity of trivial events to convulse the media and political commentators never ceases to amaze.(3) His words echoed in the emptiness of his mind as his frail, emaciated body began to convulse and was racked by involuntary spasms.(4) The Government knows that this would convulse the country in anger.(5) After King was assassinated on April 4, 1968, the nation was convulsed by the worst riots in its history.(6) By 1983, protests against the dictatorship by social organizations and the banned political parties convulsed the country.(7) No one but the most obdurate can fail to acknowledge that the main political problem that has convulsed this beautiful State is still a long way from being resolved.(8) Then I watched him do it about a week later, and I was distorted and convulsed with hysteria.(9) The family lived in Nigeria where their existence was, for the most part, only peripherally affected by the civil war then convulsing the country.(10) The implication is that he was not capable of being as convulsed by this horror as was everyone else and that he spiritually approved of and even created the atmosphere for this event.(11) Kristine tightened her muscles while her body convulsed .(12) Johnathan craned his head to the side to look at the other man, his entire body convulsing , his fingers twitching, his throat contracting in and out from swallowing air, then finally, the man spoke.(13) The combination of Chase's bowling ball technique, his seriousness about the whole thing, and Aaron's outrageous snort convulsed everyone.(14) Mr Bransby said: ├ö├ç├┐His whole body was shaking and convulsing and then he just collapsed and couldn't move or speak.├ö├ç├û(15) The spirit shrieked, convulsed him violently and came out.(16) It strikes me as a brilliant patch of spiritual light, against a backdrop of the escalating darkness of hate, vengeance, and communal frenzy that convulses our political culture today.
1. shake uncontrollably ::
2. go into spasms ::
3. shudder ::
4. jerk ::
5. thrash about ::
thrash дар бораи
Different Formsconvulse, convulsed, convulses, convulsing
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