throbbingly

throbbingly
In a throbbing way.

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  • throbbingly — See throb. * * * …   Universalium

  • throbbingly — throb·bing·ly …   English syllables

  • throbbingly — adverb Etymology: throbbing (present participle of throb) (I) + ly : in a throbbing manner : with a throb * * * throbbˈingly adverb • • • Main Entry: ↑throb …   Useful english dictionary

  • Henry James — Infobox Writer name = Henry James Jr. caption = Henry James in 1890 pseudonym = birthdate = Birth date|1843|4|15 birthplace = New York City deathdate = Death date and age|1916|2|28|1843|4|15 deathplace = London occupation = Novelist genre = Novel …   Wikipedia

  • throb — throbber, n. throbbingly, adv. /throb/, v., throbbed, throbbing, n. v.i. 1. to beat with increased force or rapidity, as the heart under the influence of emotion or excitement; palpitate. 2. to feel or exhibit emotion: He throbbed at the happy… …   Universalium

  • throb — /θrɒb / (say throb) verb (i) (throbbed, throbbing) 1. to beat with increased force or rapidity, as the heart under the influence of emotion or excitement; palpitate. 2. to feel or exhibit emotion. 3. to pulsate; vibrate. –noun 4. the act of… …   Australian-English dictionary

  • pitapat — [pit′ə pat΄] adv. [redupl. of PAT2] with rapid and strong beating; throbbingly n. a rapid succession of beats or taps vi. pitapatted, pitapatting to go pitapat …   English World dictionary

  • throb — [thräb] vi. throbbed, throbbing [ME throbben, prob. of echoic orig.] 1. to beat, pulsate, vibrate, etc. 2. to beat strongly or fast; palpitate, as the heart under exertion 3. to feel or express emotion; quiver with excitement n. 1. the act of… …   English World dictionary

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