Did you maybe mean spamming?
- v. present participle of spasm.
“The only thing that truly keeps his legs from spasming is pot.”
“Legs anxiously spasming, the breath stuck in her throat in anticipation of her reaction.”
“When vocalist Karl Hyde's barking gets more manic as the tempo picks up and the song hits one of its booming peaks, you'll be hard-pressed to find anyone in the 9: 30 Club who isn't in a state of full-body spasming - either voluntarily or involuntarily.”
“Dante shuddered, pain spasming in his back, spiking his temples.”
“He shivered, chills wracking his body, spasming his muscles.”
“When vocalist Karl Hyde's barking gets more manic as the tempo picks up and the song hits one of its booming peaks, you'll be hard-pressed to find anyone in the club who isn't in a state of full-body spasming -- either voluntarily or involuntarily.”
“They carried on torturing him, until he could barely speak without spasming.”
“We were spasming with shivers despite our Michelin-man layers, so it was heartbreaking to be constantly trailed around town by a group of little boys, dressed only in only thin shirts, light trousers and suit jackets, selling tissues from their frozen bare hands.”
“Teabaggers feel this loss of control and are spasming.”
“My colon is spasming simply from the thought of processing that much fiber/fibre.”
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