Throbbing [verb]

Definition of Throbbing:

pulsate, beat

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Sentence/Example of Throbbing:

I laughed out of sheer inanity; every pulse in my body was throbbing.

His heart no longer thumped—it was throbbing in a tired, listless fashion.

Tip's heart was throbbing with pleasure as he walked on home after Ellis had left him.

Throbbing with a grateful, craving allegiance, I seized the rein.

Muffled, slow, grand and mournful, it went wailing and throbbing by.

Sent the blood to my throbbing heart when I found him in Venice.

There was no threat, for him, in that throbbing that was like the beating of the jungle's heart.

All too soon it was throbbing behind him and not half a mile away.

Her ankle had twisted when she fell, and was now throbbing distressfully.

From far away came a drone that was separate from the throbbing of his head.