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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And according to close pal Kevin Adams who was at her bedside, post surgery saw Jade complaining of a shooting pain.At about 3.30 or 4am she had a reaction and was just shuddering," the Sun quoted Kevin as saying on ITV's This Morning.
Still, I can't help shuddering when I think of what that South African bloke without collar bones could do with his shoulders.
Fourteen years after the event, you could still be forgiven for shuddering every time Fox's Touch Me bursts on the radio or one of Fleetwood Mac's albums gets another airing on the CD player.
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.
MANSFIELD'S six-match unbeaten home run came to a shuddering halt.
And I need to flip it into four-wheel drive and thrust forward, ever forward, and ram deep, deep--oh, so deep--into moaning, shuddering woods where no truck has gone before.
KILLER whales, king-sized sharks and a shuddering earthquake...
TERRA DIABLO Smirnoff Underbelly, Edinburgh, August 19##### The old dusty bank vault used as a temporary festival venue had its cobwebs well and truly blown away by this Glasgow-based band with a shuddering, guitar-driven wall of sound.