convulsion în Spaniolă
2. (médecine) convulsión (f); espasmo (m)
as though the earth was going to an end in a noisy convulsion. Just at present, the bellowing monsters were silent. They were coming upon them without seeing them.
Many of the invaders were unable to chase the fugitives because they were occupied in repelling with rude thrusts of their bayonets the bodies falling upon them in agonizing convulsions.
A sudden convulsion of rage shook me.
Blue sparks danced, dark hair sparked orange, and Padma’s body arced in a violent convulsion and fell twitching.
But the company could not remain where it was. A sharper convulsion shook the stone, as if the Worm were nearly awake.
Dear Olya set off the same day; she flew there. She came back two hours later; she was in hysterics, in convulsions.
His face worked, as though in convulsion.
I know it is ignoble: a mere fever of the flesh: not, I declare, the convulsion of the soul.
It wasn't difficult to smudge sexuality into violence, turn sighs into screams, thrusts into convulsions.
Oh, God, they’ve given me a defective one, it’s going into convulsions-a small mew escaped her.