What is another word for vibration?

Pronunciation: [va͡ɪbɹˈe͡ɪʃən] (IPA)

Vibration is a phenomenon where an object or a system moves rapidly back and forth. It is commonly associated with the transfer of energy from one point to another. Synonyms for the term vibration include oscillation, shaking, tremor, quivering, shuddering, pulsation, and jitter. Oscillation is a periodic movement of a body around a central point due to an external force, while shaking refers to an abrupt and irregular motion caused by an impact or tension. Tremor is a slight or rhythmic movement, and quivering is an involuntary and rapid movement. Shuddering is a sudden shaking movement often accompanied by a feeling of coldness or fear, and pulsation is a rhythmical or throbbing movement. Jitter refers to a rapid or irregular movement that occurs unpredictably.

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What are the opposite words for vibration?

Antonyms for the word "vibration" include stillness, calmness, steadiness, stability, and tranquility. These words describe the opposite of the shaking, oscillating, or pulsating movement associated with vibration. When there is no vibration, objects remain motionless, and there is a sense of peacefulness and calmness. Steadiness and stability imply a state of being firm and unmoving, while tranquility suggests a sense of peacefulness or calmness in the surroundings. In contrast, vibration creates noise, displacement, and movement, leading to a sense of unease and instability. By knowing the antonyms of vibration, we can better understand the contrast between motion and stillness, sound and silence, and agitation and tranquility.

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Usage examples for Vibration

Some vibration in the voice made Charlotte sheer off from an approach to intensity.
"The Locusts' Years"
Mary Helen Fee
Two shots were then fired from our own junk, the vibration of which seemed to rend every timber around us.
"A Lady's Captivity among Chinese Pirates in the Chinese Seas"
Fanny Loviot
And then came a novel and all-embracing sense of change, a mysterious and minute vibration which becomes apparent to a person situated well forward in a vessel beginning to move under her own power.
William McFee

Famous quotes with Vibration

  • With bass, especially bottom end, the vibration has to happen on stage otherwise the feel is wrong. This is why you can't scale the equipment down too far.
    John Entwistle
  • To me, there is spirit in a reed. It's a living thing, a weed, really, and it does contain spirit of a sort. It's really an ancient vibration.
    Steve Lacy
  • Tires were so bald on the truck that the air was showin' through, and I had to drive fifty miles an hour all the way out there, because the vibration was so bad.
    Chris LeDoux
  • If words don't have vibration behind them, and a real feeling behind them, then they're just words.
    Charlotte Rampling
  • Music can also be a sensual pleasure, like eating food or sex. But its highest vibration for me is that point of taking us to a real understanding of something in our nature which we can very rarely get at. It is a spiritual state of oneness.
    Terry Riley

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