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Ye can't get me excited over th 'throbbin' debate on th 'location iv th' Orynocoo
Mr. Dooley's Philosophy Finley Peter Dunne 1901
And my breasts as 'ard as stones, an' throbbin '! ...
The Dop Doctor Richard Dehan 1897
But I think I feel it throbbin ', yes, I'll go back there tonight
There'll be no more sobbin 'when he starts throbbin' his own, sweet song;
Each morning during the fifteen bitter weeks, about half an hour before dawn, atop the pyramid that commanded the city, a slack-headed drum began throbbin& sending its echoes throughout the city and across our encampment, which crowded the walls.
Mexico Michener, James 1992
He dipped his knees slightly until he could nestle hard and throbbin in the cradle of her femlnlnl against her in measured circles, moving a grinding motion that spread a flushing from there into her chest.
Breakfast In Bed Brown, Sandra, 1948- 1983
Even then she demands to know what that throbbin 'noise is that she hears.
Torchy As A Pa Sewell Ford 1907
DARLIN ': I was sayin' Now I lay me -- throbbin 'with excitement.
Wappin' Wharf A Frightful Comedy of Pirates Julia McCune Flory 1906
The first pond I had come out of seemed to be covered up, and the great, tower in ', throbbin' precipice of sea-water was a-closin 'around me.
But day by day I could see that her eagerness to accomplish what she had sot out to, her awful anxiety about the boy's future, wus a wearin 'on her: the active, keen mind, the throbbin', achin 'heart, was a wearin' out the tender body.
Sweet Cicely — or Josiah Allen as a Politician Marietta Holley 1881