throb - Polnisch
v. pulsować, tętnić, rwać, dygotać
His forehead was throbbing with maddened nerves, and he felt wildly excited, but his manner as he bent over his hostess's hand was as easy and graceful as ever.
The tulip-beds across the road flamed like throbbing rings of fire.
of science, trunks with heads which were dragged along on wheeled platforms; fragments of skulls whose brains were throbbing under an artificial cap; beings without arms and without legs,
Throbbing with eagerness, she wanted to know all about the dangers which he had been experiencing; and the young warrior "in the auxiliary service" told her of his restlessness in the office
"Most distressing." His voice throbbed in the lowest register, like a huge pipe organ.
A predictable life is a mechanical life; unpredictable and you are throbbing with life, pulsating, vibrating.
And the whole existence is alive, throbbing.
But his thoughts strayed on in spite of himself, and his blood throbbed wildly in his very heart.
Coll winced, sat forward, and put his head down between his legs, waiting for the throbbing to ease off.
Dawn was definitely pulling into the station by now, and the snow had begun to throb with an electric, new-fallen whiteness.