Sudden disability of neurologic purpose, especially that caused by a cerebral hemorrhage; a stroke.
an abrupt effusion of bloodstream into an organ or tissue.
A fit of extreme anger; rage: "The happy . . . people suffered collective apoplexy, and also this year they are out for bloodstream” ( David Finch).
Sudden diminution or loss in consciousness, feeling, and voluntary motion, usually caused by pressure on the mind.
Great fury and excitement.
Sudden diminution or losing awareness, sensation, and voluntary motion, usually due to strain on the brain.
In pathology, a-sudden reduction or impairment of awareness and voluntary movement, due to the rupture of a blood-vessel when you look at the brain, an embolism, or other cerebral surprise. [Sometimes incorrectly regularly denote hemorrhage into the areas of any organ.]
a rapid loss in consciousness resulting as soon as the rupture or occlusion of a blood vessel leads to air lack in the mind