catalepsy catalepsy


  • (n) a trancelike state with loss of voluntary motion and failure to react to stimuli


  1. At eleven, her sister, Pauline, her second mother, entered the Carmelite order, A serious nervous breakdown resulted, with fits of catalepsy, hallucinations and delusions.
  2. In Mexico City, a stupid policeman found Fidel Zamudio in the street, suffering from catalepsy.
  3. Eleanor Roosevelt's frilly white collar turned to sponge; her smile froze into catalepsy.


  • "It's great adding yet another young and hungry band to our new and improved roster," Jasta said in a statement. "Catalepsy crushes, and I'm glad to have them onboard. Plus they are from Florida - that state f---ing rules and has produced so...
    on Nov 9, 2007 By: Jamey Jasta Source:

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