How to use Throbbing in a sentence

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  • A steady throbbing filled her ears.

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  • She sat up and grabbed her throbbing head.

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  • Surely he could feel her throbbing heartbeat.

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  • I had a dream from which I awoke with a throbbing heart.

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  • The throbbing sound increased and the chopper lifted from the ground.

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  • She swallowed down her throbbing heart.

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  • The interior of the church was packed with bodies writhing to the deafening, throbbing music.

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  • There is no longer the measured quiet sound of throbbing activity, like the sound of boiling water, but diverse discordant sounds of disorder.

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  • She'd fallen asleep in Kris's library after half a bottle of whiskey and awoken in her own bed with a throbbing headache and dry mouth.

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  • Thus when inflammation occurs in the finger, as in a whitlow, the pain is not only constantly severe, but it is increased by every pulsation of the heart, and thus has a throbbing character.

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  • She cradled her throbbing head on her arms and tried to relax.

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  • He had a throbbing headache, and his body didn't respond the way it should.

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  • I sat up, my left arm still throbbing.

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  • The healer's soft hands took away her headache, then the throbbing in her neck, and worked on the other parts of her body until she felt whole again.

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  • Hot, throbbing pain was in her neck, and she felt woozy.

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  • The events of last night were sharp in his mind, all the more so for the throbbing pain in his knuckles.

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  • Or is it last night 's booze throbbing away?

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  • It 's a chance which PC grab onto with both fists, judging from a performance throbbing with frenetic energy.

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  • Coffee - Two cups of coffee will help relieve your headache because it is a vasoconstrictor - it reduces the swelling of your blood vessels that causes the throbbing pain.

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  • Migraines are typically described as a throbbing pain in the temples and behind one eye or ear.

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  • Feeling a throbbing pain across your head, as if a tight band is around it, generally means you are experiencing a tension headache, also known as a tension-type headache.

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  • The pain can vary from a dull, mild feeling to a throbbing ache.

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  • It may feel like a tight band is squeezing your head or the pain may be a throbbing sensation across your entire head.

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  • When combined with alcohol, it produces unpleasant side effects, such as flushing, throbbing headache, nausea, and vomiting.

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  • For some, this indulgence comes with a price. The Red Wine Headache (RWH) is a mysterious syndrome that causes some wine drinkers to experience throbbing headaches, flushing, and queasiness.

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  • These headaches usually are a dull pain, although some people report a throbbing sensation.

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  • If the lymphatic vessels are also infected, in a condition referred to as lymphangitis, there will be red streaks extending from the wound in the direction of the lymph nodes, throbbing pain, and high fever and/or chills.

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  • Dysmenorrhea is the medical term for menstrual cramps, the dull or throbbing pain in the lower abdomen that many women experience just before and during their menstrual periods.

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  • These can include throbbing headaches, fatigue, drowsiness, yawning, irritability, restlessness, vomiting, or runny nose.

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  • Migraine-A throbbing headache that usually affects only one side of the head.

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  • Molly offered her a food and water cube, both of which lessened the pain throbbing through her.

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  • No time is wasted with between song banter yet this only adds to the dark guitar fuzz and throbbing bass.

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  • There was a drum beating in the background, throbbing in time with his pulse.

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  • The next time I surfaced, my head was throbbing with a heavy metal drumbeat that threatened to drive me mad.

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  • At this point I was harassed, had a throbbing headache and the mild rumblings of stomach cramps.

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  • He had positive bodily pain a violent headache, and a throbbing intermittent pulse.

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  • Anger seized me, my fingers refused to move, I sat rigid for one long moment, the blood throbbing in my temples, and all the hatred that a child can feel concentrated in my heart.

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  • Migraine headache Throbbing, pulsating feeling usually worse on one side of the head.

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  • A migraine is a throbbing, intense headache in one half of the head.

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  • Powered by big drum sounds, surging phrases, and throbbing rhythms, it attacks the listener with stealth and force.

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  • But they have not been tarted up, the cafes are still full of locals, and they feel robust and throbbing with life.

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  • He had walked several kilometers over pavements, and his varicose ulcer was throbbing.

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  • The throbbing headache, shaky hands, bloodshot eyes, nausea and aching muscles - these are some of the typical symptoms you must deal when you have a hangover.

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  • Signs of infection are swelling, redness, tenderness, throbbing pain, localized warmth, fever, swollen lymph glands, the presence of pus either in the wound or draining from it, and red streaks spreading away from the wound.

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  • Migraine-moderate to severe throbbing pain occurring on one or both sides of the head.

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  • Many patients experience severe pain in the affected part during rewarming treatment and an intense throbbing pain that arises two or three days later and can last days or weeks.

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  • The extreme throbbing pain that many frostbite sufferers endure for days or weeks after rewarming is not the only prolonged symptom of frostbite.

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  • Nothing ruins the perfect look more than a girl hobbling in pain from blisters, burning soles, throbbing toes, or worse, a twisted ankle.

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