pertaining to or symptomatic of .
a person affected by .
After starting a new drug, an epileptic woman started writing 10 to 15 poems each day.
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One man was having an epileptic seizure; one had a nosebleed; one had full-blown African Malaria; one had the flu.
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David was epileptic and brain damaged, living in a home for the disabled.
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Like a crazy, drunk uncle shooting an epileptic dog because he has fleas, the current GOP shuns him for all the wrong reasons.
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She then suffered an epileptic seizure and was treated with an appropriate medication.
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In more aggravated cases, especially in children, epileptic fits may occur.
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I know something of the disease, and I doubt whether Penreath is an epileptic.
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But the epileptic Jggli went into convulsions, writhed on the ground, groaned, shrieked and wrung her hands.
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He appeared to have the convulsive strength of a man in an epileptic fit.
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You want one epileptic boy who, you know as well as I, has long been absent from Oea.
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of, relating to, or having epilepsy
a person who has epilepsy
c.1600, from French épileptique, from Late Latin epilepticus, from Greek epileptikos, from epilambanein (see epilepsy). Earlier adjective was epilentic (late 14c.), from a Greek variant. As a noun from 1650s.
epileptic ep·i·lep·tic (ěp’ə-lěp’tĭk)
One who has epilepsy. adj.
Affected with epilepsy.
Of, relating to, or associated with epilepsy.
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