The significance of the expression did not appeal to her at the time, but now the recalling of it caused her heart to palpitate.
He had no right to palpitate over the picture of an unknown beauty.
Nor was his the only heart whom that cheery sound caused to palpitate.
The air seemed to palpitate with these new and agitating feelings.
All the motives which had an external statuesque significance for the Greek must palpitate with passion for the English.
My heart began to palpitate with dread of some unknown danger.
Then he was listening to his orders, with his heart beginning to palpitate at the thought of what was to come.
Those were terrible moments for him; but the hearts of the boys did not palpitate.
The stony figure, the eagle eye, the matchless presence, have all ceased to palpitate.
He could feel her palpitate softly against him, and a tenderness like a warm pool was collecting in his heart.