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


He is in the midst of life—it pulsates all around him and in him.

It pulsates with slow, measured breathing, as of some monster.

It pulsates with human interest, with human feeling, love and joy and sorrow.

The intangible substance which pulsates and undulates to produce light, Young christened the "luminiferous ether."

Within the endosarc note a clear globular spot which contracts and expands, or pulsates, more or less regularly.

But the memory of my owlets hardens my motherly heart; it pulsates with tremendous force; their loss is the world's loss.

This visible nature around us pulsates with the spirit of life and progress.

The Ocean breathes and pulsates, even as you and I do; it compels me to calculate my days and hours, and to look up to Heaven.

It is the bruised herb that exudes its fragrance; the broken heart that, when bound, pulsates most truly.

It was one of those warm days, one of those enjoyable days when life ferments, pulsates, blooms all over the surface of the soil.