the act of palpitating.
an unusually or abnormally rapid or violent beating of the heart.
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How to use palpitation in a sentence
POTS can also be accompanied by such symptoms as lightheadedness, fatigue, headaches, brain fog, blurry vision, tremors, nausea and palpitations.At home during the pandemic, she was the healthiest she’d been in years. Then she was called back to work. | Ashley Fetters | July 27, 2021 | Washington Post
Symptoms include chest pain, shortness of breath and heart palpitations.Should my child get a coronavirus vaccine? Is it safe? Here’s what you should know. | Lindsey Bever | June 24, 2021 | Washington Post
Later signs of Lyme can include nerve pain, neck stiffness, sudden weakness in facial muscles, arthritis, heart palpitations, cognitive problems and brain and spinal cord inflammation.We Used to Have a Lyme Disease Vaccine. Are We Ready to Bring One Back? | Mandy Oaklander | June 17, 2021 | Time
According to surveys and studies of small groups of children, the symptoms include fatigue, headache and heart palpitations.These children had covid-19. Now, they have long-haul symptoms. | Ariana Eunjung Cha | March 18, 2021 | Washington Post
So the game ratified Smith’s Heisman Trophy, and it upheld the Alabama offense as a starship that hovered over all its games, and it furthered a season in which Alabama fans felt barely a palpitation.The Alabama football dynasty collects another title with a 52-24 rout of Ohio State | Chuck Culpepper, Des Bieler | January 12, 2021 | Washington Post
The vague breathing of the storm was audible; the silence was broken by an obscure palpitation.Toilers of the Sea | Victor Hugo
When Tabea was admitted to the cell, and stood before the revered Friedsam, she felt an unexpected palpitation.Duffels | Edward Eggleston
My lungs with difficulty performed their office, and my heart was affected with violent palpitation.The Book of Curiosities | I. Platts
It produces a sort of palpitation that one hardly knows whether to call wretched or delightful.George Eliot's Life, Vol. I (of 3) | George Eliot
From his earliest years, we learn, he was subject to palpitation and nervous excitement.