apoplexy[ ap-uh-plek-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF apoplexy
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But apoplexy may kill one in two hours, and aneurism only takes two minutes.
There was blood in his eyes; he looked fit to drop with apoplexy.
It's an apoplexy ye'll be contacting if ye give way to heat like this.
A surgeon was called in, who at once perceived that the attack was one of apoplexy.
If there is any doubt on this point always treat for apoplexy.
Sometimes these first strokes of apoplexy paralyze only for a few moments.
In either case, the same effects are produced as are observed in apoplexy.
The admiral, outraged almost to the point of apoplexy, came in.
Sir Wycherly had actually been seized with a fit of apoplexy.
It was hard on Milton, that game, and several times he nearly had apoplexy.
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