palpitate


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palpitate

[′pal·pə‚tāt]
(medicine)
To flutter, or beat abnormally fast; applied especially to the rate of the heartbeat.
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But even when signals of mobile services such as the BSNL palpitate or die here, PKUF1 and PK11 -- two Pakistani mobile service providers -- are very much active.
Small constituencies are already goofy for "Glee," palpitate about "Project Runway" and are bowled over by "Burn Notice.
Lovely to be completely unstressed, I think, as I palpitate, forget to eat and tank round the city.
Pulses start to race and the heart starts to palpitate as the body prepares for ultimate pleasure.
It's not the actual television programme that is causing my heart to leap and palpitate, like that of my own self as a teenager at an A-ha concert.
I never won the Ayr Gold Cup but I think I was second on Palpitate when Manny Mercer won on Blue Butterfly in 1953.
When I was in school, if I had to ask a question my heart would start to palpitate.