I'd been afflicted in June with Lyme's disease and Bell's palsy.
Is his ailment more serious—say, a heart attack or stroke or even Bell's palsy, which left his face looking contorted?
The proprietor turned upon him, quaking in a kind of palsy of surprise.
But, ma'am, if you had seen her at the time that her mother was struck with palsy!
The master was very merry, and his excitement augmented his palsy: he could hardly eat.
The strong restraint I have put upon my hands has been enough to palsy them.
Her hair had become dull, and her hands trembled as though she had the palsy.
Now it was rheumatism, now the palsy, and then again the asthma.
When he brings his hands to the back of his head, as he frequently does, in conversation, they tremble as with palsy.
And even near thee, palsy struck I was, The paralytic on the river bank!
palsy pal·sy (pôl'zē)
Complete or partial muscle paralysis, often accompanied by loss of sensation and uncontrollable body movements or tremors.
a shorter form of "paralysis." Many persons thus afflicted were cured by our Lord (Matt. 4:24; 8:5-13; 9:2-7; Mark 2:3-11; Luke 7:2-10; John 5:5-7) and the apostles (Acts 8:7; 9:33, 34).