Only this time, the return fire had a rare twist, one that could produce Washington convulsions.
Knocked cold, Lakpa collapsed on the rocks, heaving in convulsions, Kodas wrote.
Symptoms may range from palpitations and severe sweating to paralysis, convulsions, and death.
It will suffer other upsets and reversals, and pass through other convulsions.
Afterwards the convulsions became general, and the symptoms continued with more or less severity for five days.
Yet the inward life of the Hindu was not changed by these convulsions.
Instantly affected by them, it falls into convulsions, struggles, and expires.
He got him to bed directly, and soon after the convulsions came on.
But the epileptic Jggli went into convulsions, writhed on the ground, groaned, shrieked and wrung her hands.
In the convulsions of children alcohol is equally injurious.
convulsion con·vul·sion (kən-vŭl'shən)
An intense, paroxysmal, involuntary muscular contraction.
A severe, often violent involuntary contraction of the muscles. Convulsions may be caused by high fevers or poisoning and often accompany such diseases such as epilepsy.