pulsating or throbbing.
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How to use pulsatory in a sentence
Systaltic, sis-tal′tik, adj. alternately contracting and dilating, pulsatory.
Thus our final conclusion is that during historic times there have been pulsatory changes of climate.
The considerations which have just been set forth have led to a third hypothesis, that of pulsatory climatic changes.
In the case of the pulsatory hypothesis we are fortunately able to apply this test by means of trees.
The latter had a curious, irritating effect on Nasmyth, who hitherto had scarcely noticed the insistent pulsatory clamor.The Long Portage | Harold Bindloss
British Dictionary definitions for pulsatory
of or relating to pulsation
throbbing or pulsating
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