palpitate


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to make rhythmic contractions, sounds, or movements

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cause to throb or beat rapidly

shake with fast, tremulous movements

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beat rapidly

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In January 1974, the medical students at Cardiff were revolting (no change there then, boom boom) because they had to inject live dogs with various drugs, in order to test the hounds' reaction (quiver, palpitate, froth, convulse, die - that's generally how it went).
Even from the corner of your eye when you saw or felt, or smelled Manong Ernie coming, you started to palpitate. It was like watching a lion or a leopard, coming in for the kill, and you were the prey.
Red enough without slap, I go redder, say hello as he bows and rush off to palpitate. Seems he's an Olympic gold medallist in judo, like Japan's answer to David Beckham.
Then there's a blast of live drums and bass to make foundations shudder and hearts palpitate. In pop terms they may be ready for zimmer frames but their sweet sadness and Maxi's cool wisdom still makes them world beaters.
Find out who was packing in the box office in 1914, selling out the book shelves in 1870 and making female hearts palpitate in the 1920s.
Then sometimes crunchers come raging behind you, making you palpitate, giving you butterflies, leading you to be confused: Is what you're feeling thrill or fear?
"This Marathon confirms that Nabatieh still palpitates with life, a thing which makes our country a more vibrant nation," Jaber added.
The universe's dark energy palpitates on Hershman's pages; she gives emptiness form.
"I suppose for any sporting event, when you get out on that track or in the ring, and you look at the person against who you are competing in a spirit of friendship but to win, I'm sure the heart palpitates and the mind says to itself, 'I'm not going to do this'.