1606 examples of throbbed in sentences
There appeared to be intolerable hours in which no one spoke and only the hum and creak of the machine throbbed in her ears.
He gave it while he gazed around at his grim-faced old father and the burly Neuman, and his ears throbbed to the beat of his blood.
My brain throbbed with fresh resolutionthe call to action.
Húmaí was at once convinced that he was her son, for she well remembered the day on which he was enrolled as one of her soldiers, when her heart throbbed with instinctive affection at the sight of him; and though she had unfortunately failed to question him then, she now rejoiced that he was so near being restored to her.
" He obeyed, deliberately shut out of his thoughts the warning she had given him, and let himself go, body and mind, so that, a sway to the sensuous strains of that most sensuous of dances, the girl and the man for a space seemed one with music that throbbed of love and longing, desire and denial, pursuit and retreat, surrender and conquest....
And often, as our heads ached and throbbed with fever at night, we felt a very lively sympathy for the French noblesse of the eighteenth century, who are said to have kept their peasants up at night beating the ponds with sticks to still the strident voices of these frogs.
I trembled with awe, and my heart throbbed in my throat, as I looked at the king of evil spirits.
where under heaven could he ever find again such utter faith, such pure unaffected loyalty and devotion as throbbed within that small, warm heart?
And, hereupon, as the car hummed over the smooth road, it seemed to find a voice,a subtle, mocking voice, very like the voice of the brook,that murmured to her over and over again: "By force ye shall be wooed, and by force ye shall be wed." The very trees whispered it as they passed, and her heart throbbed in time to it: "By force ye shall be wooed, and by force ye shall be wed!"
Therefore, her heart throbbed the faster, and she kept her gaze bent downward, and thus, chancing to see the shimmer of that which was upon her finger, she blushed, and hid it in a fold of her gown.
" How my heart throbbed with the thought of that old silent struggle!
His spirit throbbed and fluttered with the urgency of the crisis.
His heart throbbed with pleasure as he gazed down on it, the flush grew deeper in his face, and he seemed hardly to breathe in his tense interest.
Not a sound from without penetrated into that little shuttered room, but to Shere Ali it seemed that the air throbbed and was heavy with unknown things to come.
Life in Westmoreland was very different,' she added, with a sigh, and a touch of wonder that the Lesbia Haselden, whose methodical life had never been stirred by a ruffle of passion, could have been the same flesh and bloodyes, verily, the same woman, whose heart throbbed so vehemently to-night, whose brain seemed on fire.
In her earliest childhood the little Agnes was led toddling to the shrine by her zealous relative; and at the sight of her fair, sweet, awe-struck face, with its viny mantle of encircling curls, the torpid bosoms of the sisterhood throbbed with a strange, new pleasure, which they humbly hoped was not sinful,as agreeable things, they found, generally were.
Every window was blankly visible in the extreme light, streams of water played on the walls, and the night throbbed with the palpitating, pounding fire-engines.
Then the boat swept under the enormous steel bridges which seemed upheld by some invisible power and throbbed with life above them.
The bond of sympathy, however, among the miners was close, and as warm hearts beat beneath the flannel shirts as ever throbbed in the breast of man.
Will you allow me to thank you for saving my life?" Her voice throbbed a little; tears and laughter were almost equally near the surface at that moment.
When presently Flora halted beside the gun and fanned while the dance throbbed on, the two sisters stood a few steps away behind the opened show-case, talking with her grandmother and furtively eyed by a few bystanders.
he murmured, passing his hand across his forehead, for his temples throbbed and his eyes were burning.
More and more enamoured the young Earl became each time he felt himself an especial object of Caroline's notice; his heart throbbed and his hopes grew stronger, still he breathed not one word of love, he dared not.
She knew the livery, and her heart throbbed almost to suffocation, as it whispered that Mr. Hamilton would not come alone.
Through training, environment, and calling I ought to be so, and yet there is a fibre in any make-up which has always throbbed strangely to the drum.