1857, from(1) + . Related: Athrobbing.
Examples from the Web for athrob Historical Examples of athrob
The splendour of the sunset was in his soul and the world was athrob with joy.
Tingling in every nerve, athrob with an emotion new and inexplicable, she drew a long slow breath and turned her head away.
William MacLeod Raine
From where they sat they could see Manti—Manti, alive, athrob, its newly-come hundreds busy as ants with their different pursuits.
Charles Alden Seltzer
Her chin was held high, and beneath the thin brown skin of the throat the veins were athrob.