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Dr. Coleridge "considered it to be a contagious nervous disease, the acme or intensest form of which is catalepsy."
But even as he spoke he stiffened as a man suddenly struck with catalepsy.
THE PROUD PRINCEJUSTIN HUNTLY MCCARTHY
Other critics have tried to explain the Prophet's actions by some kind of a catalepsy, from which, they claim, he suffered.
THE PROPHET EZEKIELARNO C. GAEBELEIN
Filled with a vague fear, he tried to waken his wife, but she was like one in a state of catalepsy.
Undoubtedly it was a case of catalepsy, and Enistor felt curious to see the man who had been so nearly buried alive.
Most likely a state of catalepsy, but he was buried and none thought a second time about it.
THE PACIFIC TRIANGLESYDNEY GREENBIE
You may know all about catalepsy and hydrophobia, and nothing about itch or measles.
OPUSCULAROBERT GORDON LATHAM
Catalepsy disappeared from Carson's face—it grew boyish, ardent, gay.
POPPYCYNTHIA STOCKLEY
By some writers this has been supposed to be a form of catalepsy.
THE PROPHET EZEKIELARNO C. GAEBELEIN
Catalepsy is produced by a sudden sharp noise, or by the sight of a brightly gleaming object.

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