He sketched it quickly, his hand trembling, giving the drawing an awkward, palsied look.
An instant she stood as if palsied, trembling, from head to foot, although he could perceive nothing.
Who that saw him come had not deemed him palsied in good earnest?'
The weakness and divisions of Christendom invited their approach and palsied resistance.
I was palsied with doubt, and the golden moments were fleeting, were fleeting.
She was palsied, incoherent with dread; in her eyes was a look of death.
He became angry and said: "I should rather be palsied in one-half of my body than do so."
She stretched a palsied hand to him as if it would feel his flesh to reassure her of its reality.
Trafford uttered a groan of despair, and stood, for an instant, like one palsied.
Yet bravely he strove again to give tongue-lash for tongue-lash—by reaching out one palsied hand toward his weapon.
palsy pal·sy (pôl'zē)
Complete or partial muscle paralysis, often accompanied by loss of sensation and uncontrollable body movements or tremors.
a shorter form of "paralysis." Many persons thus afflicted were cured by our Lord (Matt. 4:24; 8:5-13; 9:2-7; Mark 2:3-11; Luke 7:2-10; John 5:5-7) and the apostles (Acts 8:7; 9:33, 34).