Definition of Pulsatory

1. a. Capable of pulsating; throbbing.



Definition of Pulsatory

1. Adjective. Consisting of pulses; rhythmic ¹

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Definition of Pulsatory

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pulsatory

pulsate
pulsated
pulsates
pulsatile
pulsatility
pulsatilla
pulsating
pulsatingly
pulsation
pulsational
pulsationally
pulsations
pulsative
pulsator
pulsators
pulsatory (current term)
pulse
pulse-time modulation
pulse counter
pulse demodulator
pulse demodulators
pulse detonation engine
pulse detonation engines
pulse dialing
pulse dialling
pulse generator
pulse height analyzer
pulse jet
pulse jets
pulse modulation

Literary usage of Pulsatory

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1. An Introduction to the Study of Social Evolution: The Prehistoric Period by Francis Stuart Chapin (1913)
"The curve showed a remarkable verification of the theory of pulsatory climatic change. The dry periods corresponding with the periods of desiccation shown ..."

2. Text-book of Human Physiology: Including Histology and Microscopical Anatomy by Leonard Landois, Albert Philson Brubaker (1905)
"OTHER pulsatory PHENOMENA. Oral and Nasal Pulse; Tympanic Pulse.—In consequence of the pulsatory movement in the arteries of the soft tissues, ..."

3. Saint Louis Medical and Surgical Journal (1900)
"The pulsatory Hand and Foot Phenomena.—Dr. W. Moser calls attention in the Medical ... This finger or hand pulsatory phenomenon, like the- foot phenomenon, ..."

4. A System of Aeronautics, Comprehending Its Earliest Investigations, and by John Wise (1850)
"... descent seen by persons below—Crossing Reading, its aspect—pulsatory motion of balloon—Experiments on it—Descent—Warmth when sailing over valleys, &c. ..."

5. Invention and Discovery by George Iles (1902)
"The three primary varieties designated as intermittent, pulsatory and undulatory, are represented in lines 1, 2 and 3. Sub-varieties of these can be ..."

6. The Membrana Tympani in Health and Disease ...: Clinical Contributions to by Adam Politzer (1869)
"On the perforated membrane we find one or more reflections with pulsatory movement. The pulsation is seen in the perforation on a reflection either from an ..."

7. Proceedings by Pacific Science Association (1921)
"Again, pulsatory oscillations are due to no tilting of the ground ... The pulsatory motion at a given place is constantly changing in direction, ..."

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