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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of vibrate.

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Examples

  • His expression vibrated from that of a mad rattlesnake to that of a dog with the most downcast extremities.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 04, No. 21, July, 1859

  • The low word vibrated from her and asked him to stop, protesting the way it was destroying her.

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  • The simple phrase vibrated through him like a beautiful minor chord.

    Merely Mary Ann

  • The simple phrase vibrated through him, like a beautiful minor chord.

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  • As time was running out in Sunday afternoon's championship game between the Waterloo Warriors and Des Moines Capitals at the Ames / ISU Ice Arena, the deafening echoes of Warriors 'goalie Brian Dobes' last name vibrated throughout.

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  • The mixture is "vibrated" by treading on the pipe near the place of filling.

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  • Just ask that guy who built the suspension bridge that "vibrated" its way to oblivion; he'll tell you there might be something to this "vibrating string" theory.

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  • "Oh heaven!" exclaimed Mildred aloud; and then recollecting herself, she breathed in a whisper, "that word vibrated a note of fear.

    Horse-Shoe Robinson: A Tale of the Tory Ascendency.

  • Bent over rigidly from the wind, they remained in that position and vibrated monstrously.

    THE PEARLS OF PARLAY

  • The house quivered and vibrated, and they heard the thrumming of a mighty note of sound.

    THE HOUSE OF MAPUHI

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