paralytical

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Adj.1.paralytical - relating to or of the nature of paralysis; "paralytic symptoms"
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Certain machinery in the body of the nun on the leads over the door was cleaned up and put in motion, so that the figure shook its head paralytically all day long, to the great admiration of a drunken, but very Protestant, barber over the way, who looked upon the said paralytic motion as typical of the degrading effect wrought upon the human mind by the ceremonies of the Romish Church and discoursed upon that theme with great eloquence and morality.
Mr Wegg, looking back over his shoulder as he pulls the door open by the strap, notices that the movement so shakes the crazy shop, and so shakes a momentary flare out of the candle, as that the babies--Hindoo, African, and British--the 'human warious', the French gentleman, the green glass-eyed cats, the dogs, the ducks, and all the rest of the collection, show for an instant as if paralytically animated; while even poor little Cock Robin at Mr Venus's elbow turns over on his innocent side.
"Every time we had a team do, everyone seemed to be getting paralytically drunk just to forget it.
"Every time we had a team do, everyone seemed to get paralytically drunk just to forget it.
Judge Richard Bond told him: "You were not just drunk, you were paralytically drunk.