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To produce a recurring increase and decrease of some quantity.
Latin pulsāre pulsāt- frequentative of pellere to beat pel-5 in Indo-European roots
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From Latin pulsātiō (“repeated striking"), from pulsō (“strike repeatedly"), from pellō (“strike")
This acts as a larval heart, but ceases to pulsate after a time.
Her paintings, like Samuel Palmer 's, seem to pulsate with a magical inner light.
False Blood should not pulsate as it leaves the radial artery?
It is only in this way that the air can be made to pulsate, and that the rhythm of the wing and the air waves can be made to correspond.
The fight scenes are expertly choreographed and there 's no doubt that action movies pulsate with excitement.
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