At the head of the stairs swarmed the plebes, who were convulsed with laughter.
"Frank Merriwell's Chums" by Burt L. Standish
As for Itzig, he was clenching his fist convulsively, and unconsciously tearing the curtain down from the pole.
"Debit and Credit" by Gustav Freytag
When the two combatants measured their swords for the distance, that of Giannetto Rutolo shook convulsively.
"The Child of Pleasure" by Gabriele D'Annunzio
The animal may stamp the ground, rear in the air, run and finally go into convulsions and die.
"The Veterinarian" by Chas. J. Korinek
A few more convulsive quivers, as a serpent might writhe and jerk, then he hung, a limp dead thing, in my hands.
"The Black Wolf's Breed" by Harris Dickson
Convulsions are never the symptoms of teething.
"The Mother and Her Child" by William S. Sadler
A convulsive sobbing shook her entire being.
"The Easiest Way" by Eugene Walter and Arthur Hornblow
A very young infant may have a convulsion.
"The Eugenic Marriage, Volume IV. (of IV.)" by Grant Hague
Mary tottered to where Tom stood, and fell into his arms in a fit of convulsions.
"Jacob Faithful" by Captain Frederick Marryat
Her arms, her hands, her feet, shook and twitched convulsively, and consciousness returned to her.
"The works of Guy de Maupassant, Vol. 5 (of 8)" by Guy de Maupassant 1850-1893
Releasing Sam, with some hesitation he made a convulsive grasp at Robin with the other hand.
"The Battery and the Boiler" by R.M. Ballantyne
I really thought he would have fallen into convulsions.
"The Short-story" by William Patterson Atkinson
The next day he had several slight convulsions.
"Experiments and Observations on Different Kinds of Air" by Joseph Priestley
Failure of heart action and the attendant small pulse, weakness, staggering, and convulsions are the more noticeable symptoms.
"Special Report on Diseases of Cattle" by U.S. Department of Agriculture
His eyes widened when he saw the boy torn with convulsions, but he did not flinch.
"Carmen Ariza" by Charles Francis Stocking
A convulsive inward movement of the bowman's middle, coupled with a swift back-step, made the slash miss by a hair's breadth.
"The Pathless Trail" by Arthur O. (Arthur Olney) Friel
To wreck one solitary ship, a whole ocean is convulsed, and desolate shores in faraway lands are storm-lashed for days.
"Gerald Fitzgerald The Chevalier" by Charles James Lever
Four kicking hoofs turn convulsively upwards and the lifeless carcase falls into the deep water with a great splash.
"Forging the Blades" by Bertram Mitford
Caroline sat down in a nearby armchair, and clutched the arms convulsively until her thin knuckles whitened.
"International Short Stories" by Various
Placing his revolver to the pony's head, the report rang out; a few convulsive movements, and the carcase of the horse lay still.
"The Ruined Cities of Zululand" by Hugh Mulleneux Walmsley
Twenty miles away thy sound
Travels from the gulf profound
Of thine earth-convulsing bound,
"Mosi-Oa-Tunya" by Roden Berkeley Wriothesley Noel
the past lapping them like a cloak of chaos. They were men
who, I thought, lived only to
renew the wasteful force they
spent with each hot convulsion.
They remind me, distant now.
"My Sad Captains" by Thom Gunn
Adown the side she slanting rolled,
But her two arms convulsive hold
The precious baby tight;
She lets herself sublimely go,
And in the ditch's muddy flow
Stands up, in evil plight.
"The Child-Mother" by George MacDonald
Required it at their need, she could have stood,
Unmoved, as some fair-sculptured statue, while
The dome that guards it earth's convulsions rude
Are shivering, meeting ruin with a smile.
"Description Of Egla" by Maria Gowen Brooks
Of Madness, see the tortur'd child,
First shedding tears, then laughing wild,
And then convulsive groan:
Then comes Despair, with wide-stretch'd eye,
Tearing the soul with agony;
Or hear the harrowing moan.
"Madness" by Charlotte Dacre
Ere yet her pale lips could the story impart,
For a moment the hat met her view;—
Her eyes from that object convulsively start,
For—oh God what cold horror then thrill'd thro' her heart,
When the name of her Richard she knew!
"Mary - A Ballad" by Robert Southey
They were convulsing by the time he rushed to the pasture.
SOUTH LAKE TAHOE Warnings are posted for visitors to South Lake Tahoe areas after a convulsing chipmunk was diagnosed with the plague.
Tau Epsilon Phi, Founded 100 Years Ago at Columbia, Is Convulsed by a Lawsuit.
'Dangers of Invasion from without and Convulsions within'.
The results produced a myriad of emotions ranging from convulsive joy in some to severe depression in others.
For the second time in little more than a decade, metro Denver has been convulsed by a mass murder of calculated and methodical viciousness, an act so pointless and incomprehensible that it leaves us all shaken and bewildered.
AUSTIN, Texas—Within a small rectangle of light, nearly a dozen dancers writhed and convulsed on the stage, pressed together by imaginary walls denoting some kind of death chamber.
Within a small rectangle of light, nearly a dozen dancers writhed and convulsed on the stage, pressed together by imaginary walls denoting some kind of death chamber.
She's Convulsing' And 'She Smoked Something.
But back home, the violence convulsing Israel and the Palestinian territories is taking distinct second place to a national debate about mediocre governance.
Revelations last July about widespread illegal phone hacking at one of Murdoch 's British tabloids convulsed his media empire, exposed the close ties between the upper echelons of Britain's establishment and provoked a wave of public anger.
According to the late Harold Isaacs, author of I dols of the Tribe, today we are witnessing a "convulsive ingathering" of nations.
SOUTH LAKE TAHOE Warnings are posted for visitors to South Lake Tahoe areas after a convulsing chipmunk was diagnosed with the plague .
Lena Pettersson said the man was having convulsions before the Kenya Airways flight departed from Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Apparently, the rapper boarded a flight from Texas to Los Angeles when he suddenly began to have seizure-like convulsions.