verb (used without object), pul·sat·ed, pul·sat·ing.
- pulpy nucleus,
- pulsating star,
Origin of pulsate
Examples from the Web for pulsate
Infinity Mirrored Room consists of roughly one hundred multicolored LED lights that pulsate at various speeds and patterns.Yayoi Kusama’s “Infinity Mirrored Room” Madness Takes Manhattan|Justin Jones|December 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Do you think me too wooden for the strings of my heart to pulsate?The Vision Spendid|William MacLeod Raine
He there found an atmosphere of heated excitement in which his political feverishness could pulsate freely.The Fat and the Thin|Emile Zola
For if the upper part of the arm be tightly bound, the arteries below will not pulsate, while those above will throb violently.Fathers of Biology|Charles McRae
Word Origin for pulsate
1741, back-formation from pulsation, from Latin pulsatus, past participle of pulsare "to beat against, strike upon" (see pulsation). Related: Pulsated; pulsating; pulsatile.