throb : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a deep pulsating type of pain
- n an instance of rapid strong pulsation (of the heart)
he felt a throbbing in his head
- v pulsate or pound with abnormal force
my head is throbbing
Her heart was throbbing
- v expand and contract rhythmically; beat rhythmically
- v tremble convulsively, as from fear or excitement
- His speeches seemed almost pathetic; his pen had lost its throb.
- Jesus rock bands throb with it.
- And then there is the constant, combustible throb of Islamic unrest, most recently the intramural explosion of Iraq's Sunnis and Shi'ites, which has devastated the possibility .
- Pierce Brosnan in Hindustan Times
I'm aware of my lack of stamina, particularly working with a young cast on Remember Me with Robert Pattinson, the latest heart-throb. Things do rattle and shake at times, but that's the challenge of life anyway,Brosnan said.
- Shawn Green in SI.com
All night, it was pretty much throbbing,Green said. "Right now, it's not throbbing, but I'm not doing anything to make it throb."
- Rumer Willis in Indiainfo.com
Thesun.co.uk quoted 20-year old Rumer as saying: "It was strange when mum, who is 15 years older than Ashton, started seeing him in 2003. I was 15 and he was a heart-throb to me - I had pictures of him on my wall! I remember mum saying her new...