More backward employers have gone into a paroxysm of rage over the government's climbdown on pensions.
We need to understand how a country turned against itself in a paroxysm of cruelty, abetted by certain nations who had a stake in its implosion and ignored by others who thought they didn't.
Suddenly I was seized with a paroxysm of hot tears as I glanced over the pristine countryside of the San Louis Obispo area through which we were driving on the way to the hospital.
The world today is caught in a paroxysm of violent upheaval.
It took all my philosophy, all the religion I had been taught, all my courage, not to collapse in a paroxysm of fright.
Isaiah threw a pair of clean socks at my head in a paroxysm of vexation.
I give Katie a goodbye hug, and I think she is shocked that her mother does not explode in a paroxysm of rage at such forbidden behavior.
She is charged with an extraordinary animal vitality and expresses a paroxysm of movement and emotion like one possessed.
a paroxysm of weeping
And Washington could not have chosen a worse moment than now for a paroxysm of finger-pointing.