- v. present participle of thrum.
“Nothing that shall go in the history books like Franklin, but the kind of thrumming that becomes part of the landscape...until the landscape itself changes.”
“He threads metal bars between the strings and agitates them rhythmically, creating a kind of thrumming which evokes wind through trees, or perhaps some ancient ritual.”
“Going against men, I have heard at times a deep harmony thrumming in the mixture, and when they ask me what”
“His eyes were ringed with gold now, thrumming with desire.”
“He kissed my neck, the blood thrumming in my ear as my world narrowed until there was nothing left but the movement of his body with mine.”
“I was definitely swimming slower now, but my veins were thrumming, my blood pulsing in an easy cadence.”
“The night air was chilly, but my blood was thrumming with the possibility of finding answers and that shook off any chance of being cold.”
“The Valkyries blasted low through the concrete canyons, their triple rotors thrumming whisper quiet, their sleek, dark shapes swooping in and out of the derelict towers.”
“My fascination with this man has a thrumming pulse of its own, and in truth, I cannot pass up this chance, however slim, however unlikely—my glass-slipper heart will not allow it.”
“How it happened I know not, but Miss West and I crouched together, clinging to the rail and to each other in the shelter of the thrumming weather-cloth.”
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