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v. con·vulsed, con·vulsing, con·vulses
To affect with irregular and involuntary muscular contractions; throw into convulsions.
To become affected by convulsions; shake.

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Q. my friend has convulsions what can i do to make it stop and improve his life quality?

A. what type of convulsions? my best friend is epileptic, but as long as he get's his meds and sleep well- nothing ever happens. i know that as a child all my friend ever wanted was to go to school like everyone else... and to go to school trips without being afraid.

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The inquest also heard that shortly before Mr Marshall began to convulse he had told officers that he had swallowed eight grammess of crack cocaine.
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HIS eyes glow red as the jolt of electricity jerks his body and it convulses in agony.
When strife convulses a country, these organizations typically try to avoid the fracas and so retreat until the residents simmer down.
With its animatronics, it sweats, moans, cries and convulses just like a human would when infected with the H1N1 virus.
A TOY convict that convulses in an electric chair is now on sale in Britain.