Cataleptic?

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The definition of the term cataleptic is in regards or having to do with catalepsy. Catalepsy is loss of voluntary motion and failure to react to stimuli that can be described like being in a trance.
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cat·a·lep·sy
[kat-l-ep-see]
NOUN [PATHOLOGY, PSYCHIATRY.]
1.
a physical condition usually associated with catatonic schizophrenia, characterized by suspension of sensation, muscular rigidity, fixity of posture, and often by loss of contact with environment.
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Cataleptical: of or having catalepsy; catalepsy is condition characterized by
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kat'ă-lep'tik Relating to, or suffering from, catalepsy.
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