Words and phrases that have a meaning related to palsy:   (152 results)

Often used in the same context:
hemiplegia, hypotonia, neuritis, dystrophy, dysphasia, torticollis, myelopathy, essential tremor, spastic paralysis, syringomyelia, dysphonia, lumbago, bulbar, paresis, tetraplegia, congenital disorder, scrofula, agenesis, spondylitis, kyphosis, ptosis, ataxia, labyrinthitis, costochondritis, apnoea, myoclonus, retinitis, degenerative disorder, trigeminal neuralgia, cyanosis, entropion, myelitis, dermatosis, syndrome, osteogenesis imperfecta, crepitus, neurological disorder, cerebral palsy, hypoplasia, hydrops, nystagmus, ichthyosis, sensorineural hearing loss, deafness, auditory hallucination, grand mal, arthrosis, hepatomegaly, spina, stammerer, cerebral thrombosis, postural hypotension, anhidrosis, thyroiditis, hydrocephaly, pudendal, senile dementia, deformity, cerebri, myotonia, rheumatic disease, blepharospasm, iritis, spastic colon, diaphragmatic hernia, affliction, arthropathy, pes planus, diabetes insipidus, blastoma, anosognosia, paresthesia, recumbency, hypoxemia, spinal curvature, umbilical hernia, leukodystrophy, hyperacidity, claudication, temporal arteritis, arthritis, osteopetrosis, amusia, carpus, carpal tunnel syndrome, photophobia, debility, hiatus hernia, nerve entrapment, tourette, aplasia, otitis, priapism, purpura, stridor, phantom limb, polydipsia, genetic disorder, auricular, quadriplegia, polydactyly, sciatica, palsies, paralysis, paralyses, hemiparesis, ophthalmoplegia, hemianopia, paraplegia, nerve, neuropathies, entrapment, occlusion, thoracic, brachial, dislocation, maxillary, obstruction, esophagus, humerus, leprosy, neuropathy, aplastic, barre, biopsy, cervix, denial, laparoscopy, migraine, nephrotic, palate, panic, retinopathy, scurvy, willi, 3-5, bronchogenic

More specific:
akinesia, akinesis, alalia, cystoparalysis, cystoplegia, hemiplegia, paraplegia, paresis, quadriplegia

Appears in the definition of:

More general:
dysfunction, paralyse, paralyze, symptom


Also try:
— Adjectives for palsy: cerebral, facial, progressive, third, cranial, spastic, sixth, brachial, bilateral, radial, more...

Commonly used words are shown in bold. Rare words are dimmed.
Click on a word above to view its definition.

Organize by: [Relation] Letters Show rare words: [Yes] No Show phrases:   [Yes] No

See palsy used in context: 7 rhymes, 3 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

Help  Advanced  Feedback  Android  iPhone/iPad  API  Blog  Privacy

Copyright © 2020 Datamuse