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No more ingenious plan for convulsing England could have been devised.
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Here, or nowhere, must the solution be attempted of those social problems which are convulsing more and more all Christendom.
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I shall never forget that face-that horrible, horrible fear convulsing it.
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I have heard of readers convulsing audiences with my "Aurelia's Unfortunate Young Man.
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Doubtless he regarded it as a wonder of happy versification, as well as instinct with the most convulsing fun.
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Stating our point in general terms, which we shall reduce to some particulars before we close, we affirm frankly and emphatically, that the North, we might even say this Nation, as a government standing in solemn treaty relations with Great Britain, has just cause of complaint and offence at the prevailing tone and spirit of the English people, and press, and mercantile classes, towards us, in view of the rebellion which is convulsing our land.
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The influence of night and torches in solitary woods, intoxicating drinks, the din of flutes and cymbals on a bass of thunderous drums, dances convulsing every limb and dazzling eyes and brain, the harking-back, as it were, to the sympathies and forms of animal life in the dress of fawnskin, the horns, the snakes twined about the arm, and the impersonation of those strange half-human creatures who were supposed to attend upon the god, the satyrs, nymphs, and fauns who formed his train-all this points to an attempt to escape from the bounds of ordinary consciousness and pass into some condition conceived, however confusedly, as one of union with the divine power.
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Down the steep cataract of a wintry river; Now pausing on the edge of the riven wave; Now leaving far behind the bursting mass That fell, convulsing ocean: safely fled- As if that frail and wasted human form, _350 Had been an elemental god.
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The cough went on-choking, convulsing, as though some terrible enemy had hands at his windpipe.
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The lid, laced in rust, By the turn of the key, Parts the grey as it pulls up; The grocery bag is dropped into the hole; And the ground beef slaps down on the floor Of the trunk as if a second slaughter, Its grounded nerves convulsing it A couple of inches nearer the oil stain.
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A great and spasmodic political movement is, at this moment, convulsing Christendom.
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Indeed, he was in high good-humour, and told his best stories, quite convulsing Mr. Carlyon with his comic ones; indeed, he made himself so agreeable and entertaining-he so threw himself into the spirit of their informal picnic-that Elizabeth's bright eyes rested on his dark face more than once with marked approval.
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Cold on his brow convulsing stands the dew, And night eternal darkens on his view.
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Her exclamations on everything she saw were convulsing.
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A mistake or embarrassment, which for the present moment fills the face with blushes, and the mind with confusion, will have no other effect upon those who observe it, than that of convulsing them with irresistible laughter.
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The wilderness of the spot, and nature's terrors convulsing the elements around, made, indeed, the moment before battle a dreadful moment for the delicate children of the French banker.
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Examples of Convulsing

Example #1
The marriage from which Mary sprang only stood on a reluctant and doubtful dispensation of the Pope's.
Example #2
The Bishop of Tarbes, who conducted the negotiations, advised himself, apparently by special instigation of the evil spirit, to raise a question as to her legitimacy.
Example #3
She cannot afford to waste brains like yours, while in thousands of reeking alleys, such as that one opposite us, heathens and savages are demanding the rights of citizenship.
Example #4
It has been England's privilege hitherto to solve all political questions as they arise for the rest of the world; it is her duty now.
Example #5
David turned the book over in silence.
Example #6
Sandy is a baptized Christian, David.