I know a woman who has, several times, been driven to the brink of paralytic rage by the way her books have been received.
paralytic Child Walking on All Fours (from Muybridge), from that year, is a fine example of this stylistic shift.
She will merely become a kind of paralytic; the kind that can move a little but not enough; always wheeled about in a chair.
I am arranging to give it to the home for paralytic children.
His legs wobbled and bent like those of a paralytic, and his head fell forward through very weakness.
And even near thee, palsy struck I was, The paralytic on the river bank!
He was seized that night with a paralytic disorder, which at once deprived him of the use of his limbs and his speech.
A paralytic stroke in 1822 weakened him, though he was still able to write.
Then at last the overworked brain gave way, and during this year he had more than one paralytic seizure.
This condition of irritability passes into paralytic impotence.
paralytic par·a·lyt·ic (par'ə-lĭt'ĭk)
Of or relating to paralysis.
Affected with paralysis.