One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘But our mixed-up legal strategy is to insist, paralytically, on a kind of hyper-sovereignty of the nation-state.’
- ‘Passing sentence the judge told him: ‘I regard what occurred as a vicious act against a man who was paralytically drunk and at the time unable to defend himself.’’
- ‘With a threat like that hanging over their heads it was no wonder that everyone was paralytically drunk by 8 o clock.’
- ‘It is both in the public and private interest that justice should be brisk, not paralytically lethargic.’
- ‘This is an event in itself, as Horace is a) paralytically shy and b) has had the conversational urge beaten out of him by fifty five years of having B's mum talk over him.’
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