palpitant

[ pal-pi-tuh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF palpitant
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PALPITANT

Swooned the sound on the wide lagoons into palpitant silence.

But love, real love, dewy and palpitant and tender, you do not know.

I was palpitant with apprehension, as who similarly placed would not have been?

The palpitant desire of all nature in the spring thrilled through his heart.

He was hatless and coatless, and palpitant with the excitement of the sport.

Then there followed a palpitant moment while she held her breath and shut her eyes.

She was so supple of form and so radiant of color, and so palpitant with timid joy.

This was followed by a palpitant hugging, from the folds of which emerged vague, bubbling sounds.

Into Piedmont swarmed the youth of all northern Italy, girt with sword and gun, palpitant for strife.

So vital was the effect as one looked, that it seemed a palpitant personality of breath and soul.

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