Definition for AP-PULSE'

AP-PULSE', n. [appuls'; L. appulsus, of ad and pello, to drive.]

  1. The act of striking against; as, in all consonants there is an appulse of the organs. Holder.
  2. In astronomy, the approach of any planet to a conjunction with the sun, or a star.
  3. Arrival; landing. – Bryant.

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