- pulsating or throbbing.
Origin of pulsatory
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Eating, Walking,—all our most elementary movements are pulsatory.Essays Towards a Theory of Knowledge
The microphonic currents are intermittent or pulsatory, and always flow in the same direction.
It is often possible to obtain record of the pulsatory nature of growth-elongation.Life Movements in Plants
Sir Jagadis Chunder Bose
It is evident that a pulsatory as well as an alternating current might be used to drive or operate the motors above described.The inventions, researches and writings of Nikola Tesla
Thomas Commerford Martin
A third species of dynamo is the pulsatory, in which the current flow is invariable in direction, but proceeds in waves.The Progress of Invention in the Nineteenth Century.
Edward W. Byrn
- of or relating to pulsation
- throbbing or pulsating