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  • n. Plural form of throb.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of throb.


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    King: Economic pain throbs on Lakota reservation

  • Evan rolled over and sat up, swayed for a moment before steadying himself to listen to the echo of the word throbs rattling around inside his brain.

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  • IT is a great thing to be young, when every vein throbs with energy and life, when the rhythm of life beats its measures into our hearts and calls upon us to keep step with Joy and Gladness, as we march confidently down the white road which leads to the Land of our Desire.

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  • The news sent her heart sinking in short throbs down to a delicious rest; but Countess Ammiani disdained to be servile to the pleasure, even as she had strengthened herself to endure the shocks of pain.

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  • Every image receives the color of the mind, every word throbs with the pulse of one controlling passion.

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  • The very name throbs with significance, as its Victorian bearer the Prime Minister was the great opponent of Home Rule.

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  • This capsule, such as throbs against the sides of animals, knows you at a touch for its master; ay, it loves you!

    Merry Men

  • Mr. Gibbs would issue throbs and bubbles of sound from his bass, then play delicate melodies.

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  • The scene — two 12-year-old girls pretending they were backup singers for the biggest heart throbs of the day.

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  • Severe pain throbs at the sting site and sometimes spreads.

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