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1 She felt her heart give a great throb.
2 A dull pain began to throb behind his lids.
3 His tooth had started to throb painfully again.
4 Jake's head jerked up at the throb of the engine.
5 I'd get this throb all over my body.
6 The engines throb,[www.Sentencedict.com] revving for takeoff.
7 Her head began to throb at once.
8 The embassy will then throb with vitality.
9 Now I could hear the throb of impatience in his voice as he waited for the curtain to go up.
10 A few minutes later she heard the rich throb of a car engine in the drive below.
11 The relentless throb of the pop music soothed David and calmed the panic that seized his heart.
12 Detectable above the hubbub was the relentless throb of Christmas carols.
13 He listened to the throb of the ship's generators, a noise he associated with every ship he had travelled on.
14 A throb of pain shot through his head.
15 Presently George's ankle began to throb with pain.
16 A throb of pain ran through my back.
17 The ache was subsiding into a dull throb.
18 Thinking is, or ought to be, a coolness and a calmness; and our poor hearts throb, and our poor brains beat too much for that.
19 The bruise on his stomach ached with a steady throb.
20 I took her hand in mine and it was warm, and I felt still that strong persistent throb of life.
21 She allowed herself the luxury of screaming, and yelped as each stroke ignited a searing throb in her outraged fundament.
22 The stolid chugging, the intense revving of big diesels, the bass throb: it all signalled heavy machinery at work.
23 Some one was playing rock music in the flat above and the faint throb hovered in the sitting-room.
24 Her eyebrow had received the blow from the torch and had begun to throb; she could feel a trickle of blood.
25 Walking from the taxi to his apartment, Ross had felt the sting and throb in his face for the first time.
26 He missed wandering about the corridors but the thought of walking made his feet throb and ache even more.
27 Lily grinned as the familiar tune made the boards of the stage beneath her feet throb.
28 The engine of the big mechanical monster was ticking over with the deep throb of impatient, reined-in horsepower.
29 The only sound in the room was the continued throb of rock music from the flat above.
30 Basically this has got a good feel to it, a good tune and a good throb.
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