Noun(1) a person suffering from paralysis
Adjective(1) relating to or of the nature of paralysis(2) affected with paralysis
(1) Tetanus is an acute, spastic paralytic illness caused by a toxin released from the bacterium Clostridium tetani.(2) The mutations make it more transmissible and possibly more likely to cause paralytic disease than ordinary live vaccine-derived strains, according to the Health Department.(3) I have illustrated this for my beginning New Testament students by comparing the story of the healing of the paralytic in the Gospels of Mark and Luke.(4) Some toxic marine species cause paralytic shellfish poisoning, particularly when forming red tides.(5) The CDC website relates that there are two common types of rabies: ├ö├ç├┐furious├ö├ç├û rabies and paralytic or ├ö├ç├┐dumb├ö├ç├û rabies.(6) The scribes, perhaps those who had earlier lost face and are by now smitten with envy, aggressively confront Jesus about his right to offer forgiveness to the paralytic .(7) Red tides, for example, can cause outbreaks of life-threatening diseases, such as paralytic shellfish poisoning, which can shut down mussel and clam harvesting for long periods of time.(8) This is an event in itself, as Horace is a) paralytically shy and b) has had the conversational urge beaten out of him by fifty five years of having B's mum talk over him.(9) With a threat like that hanging over their heads it was no wonder that everyone was paralytically drunk by 8 o clock.(10) Passing sentence the judge told him: ├ö├ç├┐I regard what occurred as a vicious act against a man who was paralytically drunk and at the time unable to defend himself.├ö├ç├û(11) Almost all the seniors in these places are over 70 years old with a very weak physical condition and many are paralytics .(12) Soon people were coming to see Him from as far as Canada who were suffering from every kind of disease and disorder: mental illness, epileptics, paralytics , and Joshua healed them all.(13) As the number and size of state hospitals increased, however, overcrowded wards housed chronic cases: long-term schizophrenics, the senile, paralytics , and epileptics.(14) But our mixed-up legal strategy is to insist, paralytically , on a kind of hyper-sovereignty of the nation-state.(15) It is both in the public and private interest that justice should be brisk, not paralytically lethargic.
3. disabled ::
5. powerless ::
7. useless ::
Different Formsparalytic, paralytics
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