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spas·mod·ic / spazˈmädik/ • adj. occurring or done in brief, irregular bursts: spasmodic fighting continued. ∎  caused by, subject to, or in the nature of a spasm or spasms: a spasmodic cough. DERIVATIVES: spas·mod·i·cal·ly / -ik(ə)lē/ adv.

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spasmodic

spasmodic (spaz-mod-ik) adj. occurring in spasms or resembling a spasm.

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spasmodic

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