Throb – meaning of the word and example

To produce a strong, regular beat. (Cambridge Dictionary)

If a part of your body throbs, you feel pain in it in a series of regular beats. (Cambridge Dictionary)

To pulsate or pound with abnormal force or rapidity. (Merriam – Webster)

To beat or vibrate rhythmically. (Merriam – Webster)

If part of your body throbs, you feel a series of strong and usually painful beats there. (Collins Dictionary)

If something throbs, it vibrates and makes a steady noise. (Collins Dictionary)

Beat or sound with a strong, regular rhythm; pulsate steadily. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Feel pain in a series of regular beats. (Oxford Dictionaries)

A strong, regular beat or sound; a steady pulsation. (Oxford Dictionaries)

A feeling of pain in a series of regular beats. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Example

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