- v expand and contract rhythmically; beat rhythmically
- v move with or as if with a regular alternating motion
the city pulsated with music and excitement
- v produce or modulate (as electromagnetic waves) in the form of short bursts or pulses or cause an apparatus to produce pulses
- As the drumbeats pulsate through the room, happy couples gyrate in gay abandon.
- When the night falls this sleepy street pulsates with nightlife.
- 'By frequent repetitions these motions acquire associations, which continue during our lives, and even after the destruction of the greatest part of the sensorium; for the heart of a viper of frog will continue to pulsate long after it is taken from the body; and when it has entirely ceased to move, if any part of it is goaded with a pin, the whole heart will again renew its pulsations.' Eramus Darwin in 'Zoonomia or the Laws of Organic Life'
- Paul Watson in NewsWithViews.com
The oceans pulsate with powerful currents, and these currents keep plastic debris in constant circulation,Watson said. "As a result, debris travels in what are called gyres."
- Salim Ahmed Salim in The Citizen Daily
Dr Salim added: "Granted, the union was born out of a legal framework, but Mwalimu wanted it to pulsate with the greater spirit of goodwill and mutual understanding that transcended the legalistic bonds. Whether he was right or not, only time will...