Definition of 'pulsate'
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Weiss stiffened in his boots, the scar dragging down his eye seemed to pulsate. THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)But the image of the falling man seemed to pulsate, flashing black and white on her retina. THE SCAR (2002)Anita felt the heat beat on her cheek and nursed the flames until they seemed to pulsate as angrily as the hoarded resentment within her. DEATH AND TRANSFIGURATION (2002)
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Translations for 'pulsate'
British English: pulsate VERB
If something pulsates, it beats, moves in and out, or shakes with strong, regular movements.
...a star that pulsates.
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