English words and Examples of Usage

use "paralyze" in a sentence

Fear is inevitable, I have to accept that, but I cannot allow it to paralyze me."""

Felix Frankfurter once observed that judicial judgment must take deep account of the day before yesterday, in order that yesterday may not paralyze today.

Spiders generally use their sting to paralyze their prey before eating it.

Spiders generally use their sting to paralyze their prey before eating it.

The Ganges River begins in the Himalayas and then flows parallel to the range across the Ganges Plain to the ocean. paralyze

He was recording Lullabies to Paralyze -- which would be the last album with the band.

They pounce on their prey, paralyze them with venom and use their beaks to tear off pieces.

His Needle Shot, with its incredible rate of rapid fire, launches spears that paralyze his enemies.

The basin, the CSIs learned, was a stun bath, used to paralyze chickens before killing them by putting an electric current through the water.

That would paralyze the state and would mean it was de facto governed from Moscow."

If you make decisions based on fear, I think it tends to paralyze yourself, she said.

It also said it may consider taking legal action if netizens paralyze its reservation system.

“You can and should listen to and learn from criticism, but you can’t let it paralyze you,” the president went on.

The protesters are trying to paralyze ministries, marching each day from camps they have set up at the seven intersections.

They have the ability to paralyze their victims, though elves are immune.

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