pulse

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  • These systems are also used in numerous studies of pulsed-power treatment systems.
  • It was released as the lead single from her sixth studio album Pulse.
  • He must have pulsed with the very heart of his adopted country. Cited from Musical Portraits, by Paul Rosenfeld
  • They are still used in a number of applications where short pulses of red light are required.
  • He got up, his blood pulsing heavily, and started toward the fire. Cited from The Trail Horde, by Charles Alden Seltzer
  • For this reason, it is also commonly referred to as a six-pulse bridge.
  • Instead, she opened her eyes with the excitement of it all still pulsing through her. Cited from The Wishing-Ring Man, by Margaret Widdemer
  • The travel time of a pulse gave the range to the surface.
  • In the earlier works, the pulse is something to be divided into two, three and so on.
  • It took many years for brief-pulse equipment to be widely adopted.
  • Such devices require so much power that they can only achieve pulsed operation without damage.
  • Everything in the world stands for something, as even the hills stand for pulsing life. Cited from Spirit and Music, by H. Ernest Hunt
  • Pulses of different kinds are also grown in different areas of the district.
  • An active pulsing white light is seen when well above or pulsing red when well below.
  • Yes, with all the pulsing blood of my youth, I served you! Cited from When We Dead Awaken, by Henrik Ibsen
  • In other cases the application requires the production of pulses having as large an energy as possible.
  • A lake of burning air pulsed above the flat, hot floor of the valley. Cited from Overland Red, by Henry Herbert Knibbs
  • To measure this pulse, he made use of a water clock.
  • Sometimes, the pulses were received a little sooner than expected; sometimes, later than expected.
  • He took her hands in his, pulsing warm with the flowing red of his strength. Cited from The Last Shot, by Frederick Palmer
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Meaning of pulse

  • noun The rhythmic contraction and expansion of the arteries with each beat of the heart
    he could feel the beat of her heart
  • noun The rate at which the heart beats; usually measured to obtain a quick evaluation of a person's health
  • noun Edible seeds of various pod-bearing plants (peas or beans or lentils etc.)
  • verb Produce or modulate (as electromagnetic waves) in the form of short bursts or pulses or cause an apparatus to produce pulses
    pulse waves, a transmitter pulsed by an electronic tube
  • verb Drive by or as if by pulsation
    A soft breeze pulsed the air