clonic

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clonus +‎ -ic

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clonic (comparative more clonic, superlative most clonic)

  1. Pertaining to clonus; having irregular, convulsive spasms.
    • 1973, Thomas Pynchon, Gravity's Rainbow
      Hospital attendants stand by to drag the children off, drooling, screaming, having clonic convulsions.

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