- Neils Bohr's model of the atom, set forth in a series of papers in 1913, described atoms as constantly in motion, continuously vibrating, and moving.
- He would then swim in very tight circles, rapidly vibrating his pectoral and caudal fins.
- An overlaid panel's smoothness, used with the proper release agent, vibrators, and vibrating techniques helps to move the air bubbles to the surface.
- His poetry vibrating with emotion and filled with lofty ideals led to his being labelled ‘Prince of Poets’.
- They vibrate with emotions that do not simply serve the story, but rather power-charge it.
- Finn had been silent the whole time, listening to her outburst, which varied from flat tones to declarations brimming with passion, vibrating with emotion.
- The buildings in the centre of Sofia are of impressive proportions and it feels great to hear how they vibrate to the sound and how the music resonates against their windows.
- They were like bats relying on the sounds vibrating off the room.
- A loud crackling sound vibrated through the hallway they were in and the bending of metal reached their ears.
Late Middle English (in the sense 'give out (light or sound) as if by vibration'): from Latin vibrat- 'moved to and fro', from the verb vibrare.
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