Verb(1) make powerless and unable to function(2) cause to be paralyzed and immobile
(1) Kim previously worked as a taxi driver until 2001 when he was partially paralysed by a stroke.(2) The protests in Spain have paralysed major highways, ports and fuel depots as thousands of fishermen and farmers blocked roads, ports and fuel distribution centres.(3) When I emerged, I decided I had better get to work finding a new place to sleep because my room was paralyzingly cold.(4) Jakarta turned into a giant battle field when riots paralyzed the capital city.(5) Stranded motorists were rescued from their vehicles by the emergency services after snowdrifts up to 20 ft deep paralysed areas of the Scottish Highlands.(6) But, together, the anesthetic paralyzes the body and lets the poison reek havoc.(7) People are almost paralysed by fear and a sense of impotence.(8) Much to my horror, I once again felt the life blood draining out of me, paralyzing me with fear.(9) Dripping with potential but too young to realize the extent of possibilities that lie before us, life can easily seem overwhelming, paralyzing us with fear.(10) When they put me in the an air tight cell, they put this device on my head that paralyzed my body.(11) When it arrives I am so paralyzed with fear, I can't get on.(12) A pale shadow slowly spread across the grasslands below as the darkness gradually overcame the light, taking its place in the natural balance of the world, preparing for its brief but paralysingly beautiful reign.(13) I was paralyzed with fear the whole time, unable to move a muscle even if there had been anything I could have done.(14) In rugby you were nearly always surrounded by others, you ran about in a throng; in cricket you were on your own - and never more paralysingly so than when Stanley Taylor was bowling at you.(15) What we are seeing is that individual application servers will trend toward 100% CPU usage over time - simply, the appservers get pegged and users on those servers encounter paralyzingly slow load times throughout the site.(16) A stroke may have paralysed her body but Kate Thomas's mind is still ticking.
1. disable ::
2. immobilize ::
3. bring to a standstill ::
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