convulse


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Synonyms for convulse

Synonyms for convulse

to cause to move to and fro violently

Synonyms for convulse

make someone convulse with laughter

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be overcome with laughter

move or stir about violently

shake uncontrollably

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contract involuntarily, as in a spasm

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Animals that did not convulse during the period of observation were considered not having convulsed.
The words on the box say, "Watch Marv convulse as the switch is thrown, then hear him say, `That the best you can do?
Another said she's never seen anything funny in jokes that seemed to convulse everyone else.
and inconsiderate of weakness: fears that convulse the summer night with shame and set earth, sea and stars in tumult.
Even as they convulse entire industries by empowering fleet-footed newcomers, existing companies are quietly employing many of the same innovations to reinvent their operations from the inside," reads the article about the companies on the BusinessWeek Web Smart 50.
I took a huge number of pills and a huge amount of vodka and the mixture of them made my body convulse so much that I broke four ribs, but I was still unconscious.