A ceramic wall decoration split in half while I caught the television before it could vibrate all the way off of its stand.
Vibration promotes life and vigour, strength and beauty...vibrate Your Body and Make It Well.
You brace, hoping that the owner of the cell has simply neglected to put it on vibrate and will now press IGNORE.
My gloved fingertips, soaked with blood on his pulseless groin, started to vibrate.
You will see then that, if the medium is as strong as he was just now, Grossman will vibrate.
He must be steeped in poetry, his brain must vibrate with science.
If the brain vibrates like the strings of a musical instrument, as no two are alike, no two vibrate alike.
The tones of that Voice seemed to vibrate through and through Francis.
The clear, boyish voice rose and began to vibrate with enthusiasm.
The nerve of grief had been touched with such severity that it could vibrate no longer!
1610s, from Latin vibratus, past participle of vibrare "move quickly to and fro, shake," from PIE *w(e)ib- "move quickly to and fro" (cf. Lithuanian wyburiu "to wag" (the tail), Danish vippe, Dutch wippen "to swing," Old English wipan "to wipe"). Related: Vibrated; vibrating.