麻痺, 中風, 不随, 痲痺, 中気
Noun(1) loss of the ability to move a body part(2) a condition marked by uncontrollable tremor
Verb(1) affect with palsy
(1) a kind of palsy had seized him(2) is the calmness of philosophy, or the palsy of insensibility, to be looked for?(3) When it is considered into what consternation the bystanders must have been thrown, rendering them, by the palsy of fear, incapable of assisting Lazarus in his struggles to free himself from the folds in which he was wrapped, the sublime self-possession of Jesus appears.(4) The paralysis or palsy may affect mainly the legs, or all four limbs, or just one side of the body.(5) The most common manifestation in children is erythema migrans rash followed by arthritis, facial nerve palsy , aseptic meningitis, and carditis.(6) Padlin looked at Waddley, amazed at the infantile terror palsying his features.(7) It's a tough assignment, one that could serve as a test case for much-needed reform in South Korea's palsied industrial sector.(8) I had seen this banal horror before in a much-loved grandfather, dead before his time, a palsied victim of Parkinson's.(9) As the infection spreads in the temporal bone, it may extend into the cranium and result in cranial nerve palsies .(10) Albertson exaggerates the palsied contortions of his figures, imbuing them with a curious pathos.(11) Away with palsied , powerless preaching which is unmoving because it was born in a tomb instead of a womb and nourished in a fireless, prayer less soul.(12) Other patients may present with fractures, bone pain, cranial nerve palsies and osteomyelitis.(13) Yes, there was a lot of chest and back scratching and thumping, and palsied flinging about of the hands and arms.(14) The U.S. intelligence community is palsied by lawyers.(15) The guileless McKenzie is of course immune, as he blunders through a palsied old world.(16) It coursed up his spine and palsied his drawing hand.
(1) cerebral palsy :: 脳性まひ
(2) facial palsy :: 顔面神経麻痺
1. paralysis ::
palsies, palsy, palsying
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My 15-year-old son
has cerebral PALSY.
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He swings a sword like a girl with PALSY.
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