throb - Polnisch

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n. bicie serca, pulsowanie, dreszcz, warkot
v. pulsować, tętnić, rwać, dygotać

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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.
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The tulip-beds across the road flamed like throbbing rings of fire.
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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,
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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
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"Most distressing." His voice throbbed in the lowest register, like a huge pipe organ.
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A predictable life is a mechanical life; unpredictable and you are throbbing with life, pulsating, vibrating.
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And the whole existence is alive, throbbing.
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But his thoughts strayed on in spite of himself, and his blood throbbed wildly in his very heart.
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Coll winced, sat forward, and put his head down between his legs, waiting for the throbbing to ease off.
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Dawn was definitely pulling into the station by now, and the snow had begun to throb with an electric, new-fallen whiteness.
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