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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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Director, Prof Nikolaus Katzer, described the collection as "a document of shudderingly outstanding historical significance".
That play-off defeat to Sunderland was the lowest point of my careerMICK QUINN FANS KNEW WHO I WAS AFTER FOUR GOALS ON MY DEBUT MICK QUINN'S welcome to Newcastle was shudderingly blunt.
I disbelieve in "democracy," except in the Churchillian sense, as the least bad of many shudderingly awful alternatives.
The sodium content of vegetable crisps is still shudderingly high - an ounce contains around 101 mg, 4 per cent of the 2,300 mg you should limit yourself to each day (and let's face it, no one can limit themselves to a single ounce of these tasty treats).
Be it Iraq or Syria, be it Libya or Bahrain, be it Yemen or Egypt, they all are in the throes of this bloodletting, some shudderingly horrifically, some a little lesser terribly.
But there were others he had known merely by reputation or not at all--the Pnakotic Manuscripts, the Book of Dzyan, and a crumbling volume in wholly unidentifiable characters yet with certain symbols and diagrams shudderingly recognisable to the occult student.
But staring into the foundations of the as yet unbuilt house, gifted with what she refers to as 'hearsight', Alison hear-sees much more: that 'roar' of silence from the other side of this middle distance and middle England real, that haunted George Eliot in her own nineteenth century tale of middle England but from which she shudderingly drew back.
It is shudderingly evident on viewing it again, the yawning gulf in values between goodness on one hand, and evil on the other.
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.
The results of blasphemous denials of God on a tremendous scale already are being shudderingly shown by the baneful social pattern of atheistic materialism." It was not trivial to that Christian chaplain to have the religious declaration included, and it is not trivial to me to insist that it be excluded.
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.