From King Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpulsatepul‧sate /pʌlˈseɪt $ ˈpʌlseɪt/ verb [intransitive] 1 SHAKESOUNDto make sounds or movements that are strong and regular like a heart beating I could see the veins in his neck pulsating. pulsating music2 literaryEFFECT/INFLUENCE to be strongly affected by a powerful emotion or feelingpulsate with The whole city seemed to pulsate with excitement.→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
pulsateMarley's mellow reggae music pulsates from the speakers.Lava lamps adorned the stage, while watery, pulsating lights flashed behind them.Between these, a hundred jellyfish as delicate and as translucent as rose petals pulsate like butterflies.The thumping, pulsating music shook the kitchen walls.The phone carried vibrations from the stereo, pulsating rhythms and those fake Milli Vanilli voices.It was a harrowing din, a cascade of furious voices merged into a single pulsating shout.
Origin pulsate (1700-1800) Latin past participle of pulsare, from pulsus; PULSE1