Noun(1) (electronics, or a series of such transients(2) the rhythmic contraction and expansion of the arteries with each beat of the heart(3) the rate at which the heart beats; usually measured to obtain a quick evaluation of a person's health(4) edible seeds of various pod-bearing plants (peas or beans or lentils etc.
Verb(1) expand and contract rhythmically; beat rhythmically(2) produce or modulate (as electromagnetic waves(3) drive by or as if by pulsation
(1) Prior to pulse radiolysis, solutions were purged with pure Ar or NzO.(2) He can breathe, and has a pulse and blood pressure.(3) Zwei, by insinuating a steady pulse into its musical gymnastics, seems to slightly rejuvenate it.(4) He lay completely still, not breathing, and when Alethea had felt his wrist for a pulse , she found one, but it was very faint.(5) Chapter Three is about rhythm, pulse , timing and musical structure.(6) However, the reference signal needed by the ECM to pulse the injectors is supplied by a separate hall switch.(7) I'm not going to get any older and I don't have a pulse or blood pressure.(8) The pulse in her wrists and hands were throbbing.(9) Once per cycle, at the Rayleigh collapse, the bubble emits a short pulse of light that typically lasts 100-300 ps.(10) In the sudden silence my ear drums continue to pulse , as if the barrage of sound jolted them still.(11) Featuring a funereal organ line and a weak pulse of a drum beat, ├ö├ç├┐Let It Die├ö├ç├û yields one of the album's stillest moments.(12) We danced close, and I felt the beat pulse through the sand and into my body.(13) The shorter pulse wave forms, such as microwaves, are far more effective against electronic equipment and more difficult to harden against.(14) The Arab majority is on the east - the old town and the financial pulse of the city.(15) There are grace notes and syncopations aplenty, with swing rhythms supplying the underlying pulse .(16) a pulse generator