Heartbeat in a sentence as a noun

That being said, if I were creating a web application, I'd use Postgres in a heartbeat.

But I'm sure that the same people would prefer her over the average Yahoo exec in a heartbeat.

If Google had a lock-in on Office products, looks like they will ditch "open data" and "open standards" in a heartbeat.

I'm just predicting another fistfight based on your heartbeat charts from previous meetings.

I love my job at this awesome company but if I could work onsite and still have my family here with me, I'd do it in a heartbeat.

Imagine giving a mafia boss control over the heartbeat of every rival.

Given a choice between hosting servers on AWS, and trying to build my own reliable infrastructure with a single sysadmin, I'll take AWS in a heartbeat.

The hypocrisy of major copyright holders never ceases to amaze me. Getty would go after a business that redistributed Getty's photos for profit in a heartbeat.

The thought of browsing a photo library or sending my heartbeat to someone seem like features for the sake of having features but in reality are completely unnecessary.

I deserve the right to be in their feeds" then be happy that Facebook is smarter than you: All those lovely fans would be gone in a heartbeat if Facebook didn't protect the advertisers from themselves.

A review by a security engineer would have prevented a false sense of securityEveryone involved in this, from the people who wrote the heartbeat code, the people who committed the code, the people at Akami who wrote this patch, this poster ... all would describe themselves as security engineers.

Heartbeat definitions


the rhythmic contraction and expansion of the arteries with each beat of the heart; "he could feel the beat of her heart"

See also: pulse pulsation beat


a very short time (as the time it takes the eye to blink or the heart to beat); "if I had the chance I'd do it in a flash"


an animating or vital unifying force; "New York is the commercial heartbeat of America"