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afflict, agitate, agonize, ail, amuse, beat, beat up, beguile, bite, bloody, bug, burn, chafe, churn, churn up, claw, concuss, crucify, cut, delight, disarrange, discompose, disquiet, distract, distress, disturb, divert, embroil, enliven, entertain, excite, excruciate, exhilarate, ferment, fester, flurry, fracture one, fret, gall, give pain, gnaw, grate, grind, gripe, harrow, hurt, impale, inflame, inflict pain, irritate, kill, kill by inches, knock dead, lacerate, lancinate, loosen up, macerate, martyr, martyrize, nip, paddle, pain, perturb, perturbate, pierce, pinch, prick, prolong the agony, psych, punish, put to torture, rack, raise a laugh, raise a smile, rankle, rasp, recreate, refresh, regale, relax, rile, rip, ripple, rock, roil, roughen, rub, ruffle, rumple, savage, scarify, shake, shake up, slay, solace, spook, stab, sting, stir, stir up, swirl, throw, throw into confusion, tickle, titillate, torment, torture, trouble, tweak, twist, unsettle, upset, whip, whip up, whisk, work up, wound, wow, wring

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  • convulsé — convulsé, ée [ kɔ̃vylse ] adj. • 1578; lat. méd. convulsus, de convellere « arracher » ♦ Contracté par des convulsions. « Je retrouve Philippe [...] le visage convulsé, secoué » (A. Gide). Être convulsé de douleur, par la douleur. ⇒CONVULSÉ, ÉE,… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Convulse — Con*vulse , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Convulsed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Convulsing}.] [L. convulsus, p. p. of convellere to tear up, to shake; con + vellere to pluck, pull.] 1. To contract violently and irregulary, as the muscular parts of an animal body;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • convulse — index agitate (shake up), beat (pulsate), churn, discompose, harass Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • convulsé — convulsé, ée (kon vul sé, sée) part. passé. Terme de médecine. Contracté par des convulsions, en parlant des muscles …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • convulse — (v.) 1640s, transitive; 1680s, intransitive; from L. convulsus, pp. of convellere (trans. only) to pull away, to pull this way and that, wrench, hence to weaken, overthrow, destroy (see CONVULSION (Cf. convulsion)). Related: Convulsed (1630s);… …   Etymology dictionary

  • convulse — rock, *shake, agitate Analogous words: *discompose, disturb, disquiet, perturb …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • convulse — ► VERB 1) suffer convulsions. 2) (be convulsed) be caused by an emotion, laughter, or physical stimulus to make sudden, violent, uncontrollable movements. DERIVATIVES convulsive adjective convulsively adverb. ORIGIN Latin convellere pull… …   English terms dictionary

  • convulse — [kən vuls′] vt. convulsed, convulsing [< L convulsus, pp. of convellere, to tear loose < com , together + vellere, to pluck: see REVULSION] 1. to shake or disturb violently; agitate 2. to cause convulsions, or spasms, in 3. to cause to… …   English World dictionary

  • convulse — UK [kənˈvʌls] / US verb Word forms convulse : present tense I/you/we/they convulse he/she/it convulses present participle convulsing past tense convulsed past participle convulsed 1) a) [transitive, usually passive] if you are convulsed with a… …   English dictionary

  • convulse — verb (convulsed; convulsing) Etymology: Latin convulsus, past participle of convellere to pluck up, convulse, from com + vellere to pluck more at vulnerable Date: 1614 transitive verb to shake or agitate violently; especially to shake with or as… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • CONVULSÉ, ÉE — adj. T. de Médecine Qui est atteint de convulsions. Membres, muscles convulsés. Par extension, Visage convulsé …   Dictionnaire de l'Academie Francaise, 8eme edition (1935)

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