VIBRANT
, ANTE. adj.
Qui vibre, qui est mis en vibration. Corde vibrante.   En Médec., Pouls vibrant, Pouls qui est grand, dur, et qui frappe les doigts comme le ferait une colonne de mercure qui remplirait l'artère.

L'Academie francaise. 1835.

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