Heartbeat [noun]

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Sentence/Example of Heartbeat:

I tried to hear the heartbeats and stuff, but … that was one thing I couldn’t share with her.

She considers this period of light sleep, in which your heartbeat and breathing slow and your muscles relax, “the reset button of sleep.”

The result is soothing documentation of process, the real heartbeat of home cooking.

The company has even given it a faint heartbeat sound you can hear and feel when you snuggle it.

Qoobo’s other clever trick is a quiet heartbeat that triggers when squeezed.

A health-care worker with no prior history of severe allergic reactions suffered shortness of breath, rapid heartbeat and flushed skin.

Exercise can worsen this disease and create irregular heartbeats.

It just finally came across a game with a heartbeat even bigger than its own.

“No matter the results tonight, I would do this again with all of you in a heartbeat,” Kennedy was quoted as saying.

Spacing between heartbeats for women who sat quietly increased only about 3 percent from the baseline rate, measured when the women first arrived at the lab.