How to use Pulsate in a sentence as a verb

I swear nancy lee finds a way to Meade every car ride awkward as all get out..... Gma: oh my head hurts when I cough. Nancy: well my kidneys pulsate when I cough....

I kno wen im getting pulsateed my muscles in my lip tighten up and pulsate.....

Earthing also calms your nervous system, builds your immunity, relieves stress, increases your energetic field and creates inner resiliency to deal with life's shifts, changes and traumas. Growing Whole invites you to start earthing: a simple meditation next time you are barefoot on the earth imagine that you have roots growing out of your feet all the way to the red pulsatet centre of our earth's core, feel that energy pulsate all the way through you body and remember we are all connected. Have a fantastic day!

Quote Examples using Pulsate

It's true. This world is poisoned by many evils and from people who are made only of selfishness. Able to show his face just in front of a mirror. pulsatew sad it all! I would want to write an infinite number of things, but I know that will not help. I'm just streams of words transcribed without effect. These are words without sound ... mute. I would like to build a better future, which is not only comfort. But more serene. But I realize that this is a chimera. And I'll have to teach those who will come after me, really, nothing and no one will give you more than they should. And what if one day you want to be respected you just have to step on others. And maybe, just maybe, and only then, someone will begin to understand that they are not always in front of people made of flesh and blood alone. But also made a heart .... that would pulsate, but it is often agonizing, thanks to the multitudes wounds inflicted by all.


Proper Noun Examples for Pulsate

Whats the first word that crosses your mind when you see the word: Pulsate -Daddi Lyric

Pulsate definitions


produce or modulate (as electromagnetic waves) in the form of short bursts or pulses or cause an apparatus to produce pulses

See also: pulse


expand and contract rhythmically; beat rhythmically

See also: pulse throb


move with or as if with a regular alternating motion

See also: beat quiver