- v. Simple past tense and past participle of paralyze.
- adj. affected with paralysis
“Another rockfall victim, Doherty, was brought in paralyzed from the waist down.”
“Thanks to acupuncture, water therapy, patience and persistence, Rufus is no longer paralyzed from the shoulders back.”
“But for weeks he had been paralyzed from the shoulders back.”
“The senior went from being paralyzed from the neck down, after sustaining a severe spinal cord injury during a the Mid-American Conference championships, to being able to walk on his own.”
“A few years back he dove into a pool unaware that it was shallow and was seriously injured and paralyzed from the neck down.”
“Rutgers linebacker Eric LeGrand was paralyzed from the waste down on a play described as a "violent collision .”
“For those don't watch FNL, he plays a star quarterback who gets paralyzed from the waste down (similar to Paul Walker's character in Varsity Blues, but legitimate drama and acting).”
“A general strike left much of Spain paralyzed as unions challenged the government's draconian budget cuts and labor-market overhaul.”
“His right arm, leg, and back, were broken; his limbs were paralyzed from the hips; and the likelihood of internal injuries was large.”
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