pulsative

pulsative

[puhl-suh-tiv]
adjective
throbbing; pulsating.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English; see pulsate, -ive

pulsatively, adverb
nonpulsative, adjective
unpulsative, adjective
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pulsate (pʌlˈseɪt)
 
vb
1.  to expand and contract with a rhythmic beat; throb
2.  physics to vary in intensity, magnitude, size, etc: the current was pulsating
3.  to quiver or vibrate
 
[C18: from Latin pulsāre to push]
 
pulsative
 
adj
 
'pulsatively
 
adv

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