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throb

 [throb]
a pulsating movement or sensation.

throb

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

throb

(throb)
1. To pulsate.
2. A beating or pulsation.
References in classic literature ?
Sometimes the red infamy upon her breast would give a sympathetic throb, as she passed near a venerable minister or magistrate, the model of piety and justice, to whom that age of antique reverence looked up, as to a mortal man in fellowship with angels.
I lay down on the edge, for the throb of the great pump below made me giddy.
They were rising in the air smoothly and quietly, and moving slowly to the throb of the engine athwart the aeronautic park.