pulse[ puhls ]SEE DEFINITION OF pulse
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PULSE
Dico that the pulse of this gentleman is the pulse of a man who is not well.
This pulse is trifling with me; I see that it does not know me yet.
Never had the pulse beat stronger in my veins then at that moment.
I laughed out of sheer inanity; every pulse in my body was throbbing.
The Little Doctor was counting his pulse, and waited till she had finished.
"As good a pulse as ever man had," pronounced Mr. Walsingham.
A physician's forecast of the disease by the patient's pulse and purse.
I'll answer for us all, being used to feel the pulse of crowds.
But he had not been hurt, and in a few seconds his pulse beat steadily.
One day, as they sat by Rachel's bed, the doctor had been counting her pulse.