adj. Turbulently, petulantly throbbing, whether with pain, pleasure, or pulsations unknown.
Real citation: "“Another Night Train morning,” he thought, before he noticed the throbulent wound on his forehead. Suddenly it all came back to him. The years of neglect. The lack of desire to hold a job. The smell of corrugated cardboard. Yes, he was a hobo, and he was doggone proud to be one."
("The Rise and Fall of the Hobo King," http://www.audienceoftwo.com/mag.php?art_id=104)
Made-up citation: "The throbulent loins of the dripping...oh hell. I have no future as a writer of serious erotic fiction."