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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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With no sign of the original Jan Hammer theme to absolve the cardboard cut-out villains, Miami Vice is shot mostly in the dark, shudderingly dull and ends without resolving the fate of the film's Mr Big.
There are some shudderingly graphic images here of charred soldiers and children's corpses, but to what end?
Greta is sharp and self-aware yet shudderingly torn by the realization that she's more daddy's girl than the image of her departed, martyred mother.
Novak's section on the perimortal injuries is shudderingly precise and demonstrates the value of applying forensic anthropological methods to ancient material.
Coulthard's chest is worth a fortune, his arms are prized assets, his shoulders are shudderingly expensive and even his throat is sought after by the ad men.
Ian McDiarmid is shudderingly convincing as the suspect, and former Soldier Soldier star Green is excellent as the tough, but deep-thinking, detective.
But if sanity prevails, all and sundry would realise shudderingly that they all have added up in their own ways perilously to the creeping sense of alienation of our tribal compatriots with the state for the step-motherly treatment of theirs even in their hours of great ordeals and tribulations.
Ask Burns his first impression of Hitler and the answer was shudderingly simplistic: "When I saw this little fellow with a small moustache, I thought 'inferiority complex' but that wasn't the case of course.
matt: goodbye yellow brick road @Jdarrenwaters: Because everyone else is so shudderingly awful, he seems quite good.
With no sign of the original Jan Hammer theme to absolve the cardboard cut-out villains, Miami Vice is shudderingly dull - and ends without resolving the fate of the film's Mr Big.
Their pragmatic philosophy that any team, no matter how gifted, can be stopped from playing has again be proved shudderingly correct.