1. seizure-alert_dog

noun. a dog that can alert or assist people with seizure disorders.

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Words that Rhyme with Epileptic Seizure

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Example sentences of the word epileptic-seizure


1. Noun Phrase
Excessive shaking during sleep can be an epileptic seizure or the result of cardiac problems.

2. Noun Phrase
The drug of choice for feline epileptic seizures is phenobarbital.

3. Noun Phrase
The most common symptom of cortical dysplasia is epileptic seizures.

4. Noun Phrase
An epileptic seizure consists of three distinct phases.

2. epileptic

noun. ['ˌɛpɪˈlɛptɪk'] a person who has epilepsy.

Synonyms

  • diseased person
  • sufferer

Etymology

  • -leptic (English)
  • λῆψις (Ancient Greek (to 1453))
  • epi- (English)
  • ἐπί (Ancient Greek (to 1453))

3. seizure

noun. ['ˈsiːʒɝ'] a sudden occurrence (or recurrence) of a disease.

Synonyms

  • focal seizure
  • ictus
  • convulsion
  • absence
  • absence seizure
  • raptus hemorrhagicus
  • attack

Antonyms

  • pleasure
  • presence
  • attendance
  • defend

Etymology

  • -ure (English)
  • seize (English)

4. seizure

noun. ['ˈsiːʒɝ'] the act of forcibly dispossessing an owner of property.

Synonyms

  • usurpation
  • pinch
  • conquering
  • conquest
  • acquiring
  • collar
  • apprehension
  • subjection
  • taking into custody
  • catch
  • arrest
  • enslavement
  • subjugation
  • capture
  • gaining control

Antonyms

  • unhitch
  • juvenile
  • rush
  • stay

Etymology

  • -ure (English)
  • seize (English)

5. seizure

noun. ['ˈsiːʒɝ'] the taking possession of something by legal process.

Synonyms

  • impress
  • impounding
  • appropriation
  • poundage
  • arrogation
  • impoundment
  • distress
  • confiscation
  • recapture
  • internment
  • impressment

Antonyms

  • incomprehension
  • fearlessness
  • repel
  • get off

Etymology

  • -ure (English)
  • seize (English)

6. seizure

noun. ['ˈsiːʒɝ'] the act of taking of a person by force.

Synonyms

  • abduction
  • snatch
  • capture
  • kidnapping

Antonyms

  • action
  • activeness
  • attack
  • start

Etymology

  • -ure (English)
  • seize (English)
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