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


The air within the caf throbbed and pulsated with the music.

He placed his chemicals in the test tube and watched the cell evolve until it pulsated with life.

It was no lip phrase, for it came from her heart-a true heart, which pulsated to human needs.

Other powers must have pulsated in the forehead of a man leading winged regiments against Tartars.

No wonder, then, that the very air throbbed and pulsated under the almost continuous blasts.

Old Bannister pulsated with renewed life, with the glad reunions of former students.

Always beautiful, always exquisite—flawless features, perfect poise, now she pulsated with life.

Three weeks later at Wynberg a large arterial hæmatoma which pulsated was noted in the axilla.

This fantasy may have pulsated briefly through the minds of a few.

The camp not only hummed with activity but it pulsated with the steady pounding of the stamps.