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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.
THE SEAJULES MICHELET
But the memory of my owlets hardens my motherly heart; it pulsates with tremendous force; their loss is the world's loss.
He too is descended from a brave and royal race—the blood of kings pulsates in his veins.
THE EVE OF ALL-HALLOWS, V. 2 OF 3MATTHEW WELD HARTSTONGE
From shore to shore of the continent a chorus more seductive than sirens' songs pulsates on the breezes.
NORTH AMERICAISRAEL C. RUSSELL
Soon a thrush or a warbler awakens in full song, and is followed by a host of other voices, until the air pulsates with music.
NORTH AMERICAISRAEL C. RUSSELL
It looks much like a genuine heart, and pulsates for several seconds after being removed from the fish.
FISHING WITH THE FLYCHARLES F. ORVIS AND OTHERS
Hence, too, it pulsates more in the young than in the old; for the vapor arises more abundantly in the young.
This force is the first revealment of an intelligent, ever active, persistent energy, which pulsates through the universe.
He believed that all we see round us is alive, beating with the same life which pulsates in us.
MYSTICISM IN ENGLISH LITERATURECAROLINE F. E. SPURGEON
Throughout the stretch of universes the same force pulsates that is recognizable here.

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pulchritudinousadjective | [puhl-kri-tood-n-uhs, -tyood- ]SEE DEFINITION