But I will paralyse the strength you have criminally abused.
"It must paralyse your efforts, preaching to such a congregation," said the other.
Also the farcical nature of the whole proceeding seemed to paralyse her.
I paralyse one of them by giving an injection of ammonia in the nerve-centres.
The news that Duprez was among his audience was sufficient to paralyse his powers, to extinguish his voice.
When they are angry they paralyse men and cattle with their fairy darts.
You have three months within which to paralyse British shipping completely—there must not remain one ship afloat.
The immediate effect of the blow was to paralyse the second-hand department.
Mr. Westguard's intense bitterness confuses me a little, and seems almost to paralyse any critical judgment I may possess.
I'll do it to paralyse the present order, to disrupt it, as you'll see!
paralyze par·a·lyze (pār'ə-līz')
v. par·a·lyzed, par·a·lyz·ing, par·a·lyz·es
To affect with paralysis; cause to be paralytic.