shudder

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shud·der

(shŭd'ĕr),
A convulsive or involuntary tremor.
[M.E. shodderen]

shudder

[ME. shuddren]
A temporary convulsive tremor resulting from fright, horror, or aversion.
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MANCHESTER CITY'S recent revival came to a shuddering halt as they were swept aside by Blackburn.
The rocket will be shuddering, shaking and screeching at you.
One marvels at Zaki's mastery while shuddering at the implications of these spaces that not only no longer protect but now actively obstruct and antagonize the dreamer.
The fault sent its shuddering waves on a collision course with the Western U.
Also, the shuddering of windblown antennas and buildings at the research base sent tremors through the surrounding terrain.
In the end, all this shuddering comes across as more prissy than wise.
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Still, I can't help shuddering when I think of what that South African bloke without collar bones could do with his shoulders.