convulse

[v] - move or stir about violently 2. [v] - cause to contract, as of muscles 3. [v] - of muscles 4. [v] - make someone convulse with laughter 5. [v] - be overcome with laughter
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Convulse

ConĀ·vulse' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Convulsed ; present participle & verbal noun Convulsing .] [ Latin convulsus , past participle of convellere to tear up, to shake; con- + vellere to p...
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convulse

thresh verb move or stir about violently; `The feverish patient thrashed around in his bed`
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convulse

verb be overcome with laughter
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convulse

verb make someone convulse with laughter; `The comedian convulsed the crowd`
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convulse

verb contract involuntarily, as in a spasm; `The muscles in her face convulsed`
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Convulse

• (v. t.) To agitate greatly; to shake violently. • (v. t.) To contract violently and irregulary, as the muscular parts of an animal body; to shake with irregular spasms, as in excessive laughter, or in agony from grief or pain.
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