Definition of 'spasmodic'
Example sentences containing 'spasmodic'
Fly-fishing was too anxious and spasmodic, angling was too dull: plain walking without any destination turned my mind in upon itself.TESTIMONIES (2001)
Her sobbing was spasmodic, out of control, but he was more alarmed by her violent trembling, like one with the ague.HERE BE DRAGONS (2001)
But now the cat-like grace had gone, to be replaced by something much more spasmodic, angular, almost manic.THE ONLY GAME (2001)
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