Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


That palsying thought, indeed, took entire possession of my soul.

Why should every nerve quiver as she sat there mute with a palsying fear?

When he's next Behind the rocks, then to him, Guildamour, And be his palsying conscience.

Bill feels that his hour has come, for the death-grip which binds his throat is palsying his strength.

Old age was pressing inexorably upon him, palsying his hands on its rack, tripping his feet in its helpless mazes.

Age had stiffened their joints, and laid his palsying hand upon their once active limbs, and vigorous frames.

What is there in our highly civilized life that escapes the palsying touch of Fashion?

In all the relations of private life he was too pure for the palsying touch of slander.

Leave not your land cursed with slavery, extended and extending, palsying the nation's arm and corrupting the nation's heart.