Definition of Pulsative

1. a. Beating; throbbing.



Definition of Pulsative

1. Adjective. beating; throbbing ¹

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Definition of Pulsative

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pulsative

pulsars
pulsatance
pulsatances
pulsate
pulsated
pulsates
pulsatile
pulsatility
pulsatilla
pulsating
pulsatingly
pulsation
pulsational
pulsationally
pulsations
pulsative (current term)
pulsator
pulsators
pulsatory
pulse
pulse-time modulation
pulse counter
pulse demodulator
pulse demodulators
pulse detonation engine
pulse detonation engines
pulse dialing
pulse dialling
pulse generator
pulse height analyzer

Literary usage of Pulsative

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1. The London Medical and Physical Journal (1827)
"... former ophthalmia? combined. begin to be moved: the pain of the eyes in the rheumatic ophthalmia is pulsative and deep-seated; the chief pain, however, ..."

2. Homœopathic Therapeutics by Samuel Lilienthal (1890)
"Tearing in the coccyx when sitting; pulsative stitches in the coccyx. Petroleum.—Pain in coccyx while sitting; great uneasiness and stiffness in the small ..."

3. Hull's Jahr: A New Manual of Homoeopathic Practice by Gottlieb Heinrich Georg Jahr, Amos Gerald Hull, Frederick Greenwood Snelling, Charles Julius Hempel (1885)
"pulsative pressure in the tibia. Small swelling on the tibia, with a red point on it. Disagreeable heat in the feet, which can scarcely be felt by the hand. ..."

4. The Chronic Diseases; Their Specific Nature and Homoeopathic Treatment by Samuel Hahnemann (1846)
"pulsative soreness at various inconsiderable places of the chest, especially at the right half of the chest; at night and also during the day, ..."

5. American Homoeopathic Review (1859)
"Principal indications: pulsative pains; congestions of blood to tl,e head; redness of the face or of the cheeks; exasperation ; agitation. ..."

6. The Standard Speaker: Containing Exercises in Prose and Poetry for by Epes Sargent (1852)
"The stroke or pulsative effort of the voice, then, can only be on one ... The first is the pulsative, the sceond the remiss action. ..."

7. The Encyclopedia of Pure Materia Medica: A Record of the Positive Effects of by Timothy Field Allen (1878)
"pulsative pressive pains just above the xiphoid cartilage (eighth day),1. ... Lameness of muscles of neck continued, with the same pulsative and wandering ..."

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