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tremulous

 [trem´u-lus]
shaking, trembling, or quivering.

trem·u·lous

(trem'yū-lŭs),
Characterized by tremor.

tremulous

/trem·u·lous/ (-u-lus) pertaining to or characterized by tremors.

tremulous

[trem′yələs]
Etymology: L, tremulare, to tremble
pertaining to tremors, or involuntary muscular contractions.

trem·u·lous

(trem'yū-lŭs)
Characterized by tremor.

tremulous

shaking, trembling or quivering.
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1 : marked by trembling or shaking a tremulous voice <.
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