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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of fibrillate.
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The heart quivers, or fibrillates, rapidly, for a few minutes, days or even weeks.
Opalina presents us with a sort of protozoan Quentin Crisp, a single-celled diva in feathers and lame, who "fibrillates through dark corridors" and discourses on the pleasures of asexual reproduction.
Still, when the camera ascends, the heart almost fibrillates.
Well you’re just a little too sure of a world that fibrillates who knows when and for who knows what reasons..one can never ever de-lineate history and anyone who says one can is..well living in a world of thought and rather divorced from what i might stupidly dare to call physical reality.