Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of pulse.
  • adj. That pulses
  • n. The emission of pulses

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. (electronics) a sharp transient wave in the normal electrical state (or a series of such transients)

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Examples

  • And at the same time, on my inner sight, was grotesquely limned a picture of a brain pulsing savagely against the veneer of skin that covered that cleft of skull beneath the dripping sou'-wester.

    CHAPTER XXXIX

  • If I was to re-do it, I would standardize the rings which are pulsing from the center of the image, bring the lightning bolts to the front of the logo and tidy up the globe.

    2010 March « The Graveyard

  • You can actually see the vain pulsing in the forehead of this website.

    Think Progress » Coulter on 9/11 Widows: ‘I Have Never Seen People Enjoying their Husbands’ Death So Much’

  • The downside: it's another incredibly complex issue, and I can already feel my little brain pulsing in my skull, begging for mercy.

    Slow Going

  • And at the same time, on my inner sight, was grotesquely limned a picture of a brain pulsing savagely against the veneer of skin that covered that cleft of skull beneath the dripping sou '- wester.

    Chapter 39

  • His prayers are among the best in English, pulsing {140} and throbbing with earnest faith and fear, yet entirely free from the luscious sentimentality of so many modern religious compositions.

    Dr. Johnson and His Circle

  • Nothing showed, of course; the pulsing was a rhythmic trace vibration that only he could feel.

    Unicorn Point

  • And to the extent that there are correlations of advance and decline, this is the result of regional "pulsing" of macroeconomic factors rather than specific city-to-city interactions.

    Regional interconnectedness

  • “It was a ball of light, kind of pulsing, and bluish, like that light you get around a Portkey, you know?”

    Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

  • And you would expect having conducted that kind of pulsing that if there were information, that it would be made available.

    CNN Transcript Apr 13, 2004

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