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Synonyms for throbbing

an instance of rapid strong pulsation (of the heart)

a sound with a strong rhythmic beat

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pounding or beating strongly or violently

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Washington, August 23 (ANI): A new research has shown that for carpal tunnel syndrome sufferers, itching and throbbing are pain qualities most responsible for impaired functioning and sleep disruption.
1 : to feel repeated pangs of pain <My head is throbbing.
The huge, throbbing "Z" logo forming the backdrop of the set throbbed and glittered with the show.
Lastweek, you might recall, he made an important clarification for readers of the Watford Observer - "We were a bit like the Dirty Dozen, only not murderers" - and this timehe's describing a remarkable physical characteristic of Graham Taylor's, with the memorable phrase: "When that stands out andstarts throbbing, it is a tell-tale sign of a roasting about to be delivered.
There's a decent original vocal mix, with throbbing bassline and bouncy acidy keys, but the winners here are the Tiger Stripes' raw remixes that strip it back, with minimal beats and a powerful resonating vocal over the top.
And it came complete with throbbing dance music, streamer and balloon decorations and a prom court.
Severe headaches or migraine headaches: often more temporal sharp or throbbing, triggered or aggravated by tension or, on the contrary, by a sudden release of tension as is the case in "weekend headaches" Severe cases might include sensitivity to light and/or vomiting.
A few gems transcend the The's haunting "King of Rain," the throbbing "Empire" with Bomb the Bass--but the omission of livelier fare like her hip-hop duet with MC Lyte for "I Want Your (Hands on Me)" and the Junior Vasquez remix of Ghostland's "Guide Me God" means Collaborations dissipates too easily into aural wallpaper.
Perhaps it was the corseted, thonged, or flower-pantalooned men, the opening scene's smoke-laced light cone, or the throbbing drums of Wire's score.
There, the tooth doctor X-rayed Lawler's skull and found the throbbing culprit.
It's geared more towards girls--romantic situations are characterized by the appearance of flowers in the background and the loud B-Bumping of the characters' throbbing hearts.
There was stinging agony in my face and throbbing in my head.
describes the stadium as "a throbbing hive" of anti-American hostility.
Under a name forged from two disparate musical sources--original industrial band Throbbing Gristle's album Assume Power Focus and late-'80s indie merchants Ultra Vivid Scene--Sudbrack invokes a turgid mishmash of respirations ranging from Brazilian Carnival to prog-rock album-cover design to children's coloring books to Tibetan devotional art.
But when the show took off on Rise - powered by Mani's throbbing bass - and Detroit it was highly impressive.