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Spell Check of pulse

Correct spelling: pulse

Definition of pulse:

  1. The beating or throbbing of the heart and arteries; a regular beat or stroke.
  2. Leguminous plants or their seeds.
  3. To beat, as the pulse. To feel one's pulse, to sound one's opinion.

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Examples of usage for pulse:

  1. You ought to have brought the doctor to feel her pulse and let blood off her if he thought it needful. –  by
  2. Pale smoke and the pulse of heat quivered betwixt him and a presence which, by some swift contrast, made his face burn at the recollection of his household at Pentegoet. –  by
  3. Yet the mere prospect of safety made his pulse beat more rapidly, and involuntarily his thoughts turned to those dear ones at home who looked to him for comfort and support,- his wife and two little children. –  by

Quotes for pulse:

  1. I adore Chicago. It is the pulse of America.
  2. Worry- a God, invisible but omnipotent. It steals the bloom from the cheek and lightness from the pulse; it takes away the appetite, and turns the hair gray.
  3. The sky was clear- remarkably clear- and the twinkling of all the stars seemed to be but throbs of one body, timed by a common pulse.
  4. I like people who have a pulse and aren't afraid to show it.
  5. I was stranded in Disco. I went to dozens of darkened places with enough flashing lights to drive the average person mad. I felt lost in the pulse of sheer panic.

Rhymes for pulse:

  1. dulce;
  2. impulse, repulse;