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pulsō āvī, ātus, āre, freq.

pello, to push against, strike upon, beat, hammer, keep hitting, batter : cum pulsetur incursione atomorum sempiternā: lictores ad pulsandos homines exercitatissimi: pulsari alios et verberari: utrāque manu Dareta, L.: soleā natīs, Iu.: ostia, knock , H.: humum ter pede, stamp upon , O.: flumina Thermodontis Pulsant Amazones, i. e. tread the ice , V.: tellurem pede libero, H.: ariete muros, shatter , V.: chordas digitis, play upon , V.: cymbala, Iu.: pulsarunt noviens latera ardua fluctūs, O.: ipse arduus altaque pulsat Sidera, i. e. reaches , V.To drive forth, impel : Erupere ut, nervo pulsante, sagittae, V.: Pulsatos referens divos, V.—Fig., to actuate, agitate, disturb, disquiet : censemus dormientium animos visione pulsari: quae te vecordia pulsat, O.: pavor pulsans, throbbing , V.

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