Words and phrases that have a meaning related to paroxysms:   (129 results)

Often used in the same context:
apoplexy, raptures, hysterics, conniptions, delirium, tizzy, shriek, frenzy, ecstasies, howls, frisson, convulsions, titters, stupefaction, shudders, squeals, snit, gasps, weepiness, frothing, retching, inanition, infuriation, derangement, execration, feverishness, catatonia, pavlovian, peals, splutter, rictus, tumescence, effusions, yelps, cringing, salivation, murmur, shiver, harrumphing, prickling, cackling, guffaw, groans, overdrive, embitterment, yawp, loathing, stupor, contortions, dysphoria, bedlam, whoops, claque, virago, pangs, maelstrom, spasm, sulkiness, fearfulness, slumberland, vituperation, chortle, impulses, gabble, contumely, lunacies, outpourings, loony bin, crudities, spitefulness, mewl, tuts, discombobulation, bloviation, agony, excoriation, twinge, ripples, soupcon, overstimulation, tearfulness, pietist, tailspin, peevishness, purgation, burble, malignity, yowl, sneers, twitches, giggles, ululation, angst, lather, bewilderment, moue, hissing, bloodlust, catharses, vexation, prurience, brainpan, paroxysm, spasms, exacerbations, chills, bouts, fits, episodes, relapses, bursts, cramps, twinges, twitchings, outbreaks, outbursts, rigors, palpitations, storms, agonies

Appears in the definition of:
angina, angina pectoris, bornholm disease, diaphragmatic pleurisy, epidemic myalgia, epidemic pleurodynia, malaria, myosis, paroxysmal

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— Adjectives for paroxysms: violent, severe, such, febrile, occipital, frequent, epileptic, asthmatic, convulsive, sudden, hysterical, more...

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