As my injured leg improves, my left leg starts aching, then throbbing, near my hip.
Usually I am completely unaware of my eyeballs, and yet right now, they are throbbing?
Historically, migraines were labeled a hysterical female condition, characterized by throbbing, one-sided, nauseating pain.
From my neck to my temples, there is a throbbing soreness on both sides of my face, all radiating from the hinge of my jawbone.
“The room would just be throbbing,” actress Anjelica Huston recalled to NPR.
The ship swerved tipsily and then the engines ceased their throbbing.
It stamped upon the throbbing sea and made tumult in water and air.
These questions burned their way to the very depths of his throbbing brain.
He began shouting at the top of his voice to drown the throbbing in his head.
It was all the living, throbbing present—with only the golden future to be explored.
mid-14c., of uncertain origin, perhaps meant to represent in sound the pulsation of arteries and veins or the heart. Related: Throbbed; throbbing. The noun is first attested 1570s.
v. throbbed, throb·bing, throbs
To beat rapidly or perceptibly, such as occurs in the heart or a constricted blood vessel. n.
A strong or rapid beat; a pulsation.