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verb as in beat

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The channel has pulsated with activity all week, including rapidly evolving information, such as which gates may become open for a few minutes to let evacuees through.

These high-tech pieces of furniture offer powerful kneading, rubbing and pulsating pressures to teach your muscles a lesson in relaxation.

As the sun sunk low in the sky, a golden glow illuminated the pulsating grasses all around me, and I felt as though I was traipsing through a postcard.

School boards across San Diego County have been pulsating with drama and tension over the past year and many of those disputes can be traced to reopening during the pandemic.

The Cassiopea jellies, about four inches long, spend most of their time upside down, tentacles reaching toward the ocean surface, and pulsating to push seawater through their bodies.

Infinity Mirrored Room consists of roughly one hundred multicolored LED lights that pulsate at various speeds and patterns.

All day the rain had been pending; all night it had held off until the whole earth seemed to pulsate with the desire for relief.

If this is the case the pus may pulsate if present in large quantity.

Great waves seem to pulsate from the body into the wings, and with each wave goes color and strength.

Her heart began to pulsate proudly and in delight, for she saw that Cayamo had secured a scalp, the scalp of a Navajo!

In his lecture notes Harvey, in dealing with the heart, speaks of the right auricle as "the last to pulsate."


On this page you'll find 35 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to pulsate, such as: quiver, throb, vibrate, drum, fluctuate, and hammer.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.