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paralysis
used in Interview with the Vampire

4 uses
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Definition
loss of the ability to move the body or a part of it

or:

inability to act or make a decision
  • The result was that within minutes I was weak to paralysis.
    Part 1 (11% in)
  • But she flashed at me a virulency I'd never seen in her face, and as I stood there paralyzed, she gashed his throat, and he let out a sharp, choking cry.
    Part 1 (86% in)
  • Numbness carne over my limbs, and then the paralysis of oblivion.
    Part 2 (87% in)
  • And I cried out for her, 'Claudia,' until my neck was twisted with pain as I tossed, and my nails had dug into my palms; and slowly, like an icy stream, the paralysis of sleep came over me.
    Part 3 (84% in)

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