The act or an instance of seizing or the condition of being seized.(noun)
A sudden attack, spasm, or convulsion, as in epilepsy or another disorder.(noun)
A sudden onset or sensation of feeling or emotion.(noun)
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Use "seizure" in a sentence
"Learning more about the neural circuits involved in epilepsy could help scientists develop devices that can predict when a seizure is about to occur, allowing treatment (either shock or light) to be administered only when necessary, Boyden said."
"And at one particular point, she slipped into what I call a seizure-like state, and I had to help her to the bathroom and pick her up and take her and put her -- put her ..."
"What Sarah learns, after Becky has a seizure, is that she can face her fears of going to school alone and telling her class about how Becky is doing."