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- adj. Of or pertaining to vibration
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of, pertaining to, or of the nature of vibration.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or relating to or characterized by vibration
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Yet, when we release our oars and let the current take us downstream, that is when we feel a sense of relief and we are in vibrational sync with that which we desire.
Each one represents a certain vibrational frequency of consciousness.
vibes are positive you feel good, life is joyful and you continue to attract good things into your lives. just like the morning I found this perfectly drawn what I call a vibrational bubble in the sand on my morning walk.
What kind of vibrational matching or order fulfillment will that create?
Now the mystery of vibrational union is ready to begin.
Everything, both left and right sides, is included as part of the vibrational embrace.
Well, that's neat and all, but wouldn't it be even cooler if you could hold an actual steering wheel, with some sort of vibrational feedback that mimics the feel of handling a racecar?
After he gets his courage up to face the other kids at school and makes a friend at the lunchroom, Terry's fitting into himself better and, while I have no idea what 'bio-vibrational powers' do, there's just something in the silent page of T-Ray using them to shoot a basketball that speaks a lot about confidence and lets the reader know he's going to get better.
Using the unique frequencies which atoms vibrate in gaseous form, a laser tuned to the vibrational frequency of a U-235 atom can cause the isotope to behave differently from the heavier U-238 atom to allow harvesting.
Me, I'm going a little esoteric, a little vibrational this fine year of our apocalypse.