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thrumming

verb as in pulsate/pulse

verb as in pulsate

verb as in drone

verb as in drum

verb as in hum

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Example Sentences

The thrum of hand-to-hand retail, getting perfume sprayed in my face by strange women, eating a “lunch” made of bourbon chicken samples — those were good times.

In no time, the Latin American blogosphere was thrumming with jokes and parodies.

This son has begun thrumming the strings of hereditary determinism, and is finding them holding taut.

Sfoot, coz, they stand thrumming here with me all day, and yet I get nothing.

Just like slamming into a stone wall, every rocket blew up its thrumming roar far short of the target.

Far off somewhere in the dark, an unseen musician was gently thrumming a fandango on his Spanish guitar.

Her cheeks were rosy with the happy thrumming of her heart; a delirious beat was in her temples.

Every rope and shroud was thrumming and screeching in resistance to the fierce weight of the squall.

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On this page you'll find 82 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to thrumming, such as: drum, fluctuate, hammer, oscillate, palpitate, and pound.

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

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