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throb

 [throb]
a pulsating movement or sensation.

throb

(throb),
1. To pulsate.
2. A beating or pulsation.

throb

Etymology: ME, throbben, to beat intensely
a deep, pulsating kind of discomfort or pain. throbbing, adj., n.

throb

(throb)
1. To pulsate.
2. A beating or pulsation.

throb

a pulsating movement or sensation.
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Framing this grand old man of the 20th century were two newer works, Glanert's pert yet throbbingly romantic Gestalt and Cashian's fastidious, brilliantly far-seeing Chamber Concerto, its predominantly nervy rhythmic activity throwing into prominence a range of soloists who all dispatched their parts with enviable skill.
And along with this mythological dimension, which is a powerful feeding ground for regional literatures, is the contribution of a folklore throbbingly alive in rural life.
As for the party itself, despite a few technical hitches it turned out to be a throbbingly good thrash - with 4,000 guests treated to an endless ocean of free booze, tasty grub and incredible visual ads for Digital TV that made intrigued even me enough to consider buying one.