During the 10-minute court proceeding, Holmes looked at times like he was in a catatonic state.
I thought about my younger siblings, and how I might have been catatonic if I lost them in the same manner.
catatonic, he crawls on his hands and knees like an infantilized clown back to his white Lamborghini.
Please, God, let him not say that in yet another address to a catatonic nation.
Two men with rifles plunged into the gas; sighing, they fell to the floor in a catatonic trance.
But I think he is catatonic now; he has lost all touch with the outside.
June 28, 1911:—He remains in same apparent stuporous and catatonic attitude.
You say he was in a state of catatonic shock when they removed him from the machine?
Kutner, in a work on the catatonic states in degenerates, describes this condition at length.
An important "catatonic" symptom is a tendency to sudden, impulsive, unexplainable acts.