trembling

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trem·bling

tremophobia.

trem·bling

(trem'bling),
The shaking or quaking of a tremor.

trembling

visible muscle tremor caused by fever, fear, weakness, electrolyte imbalance, especially hypocalcemia and hypomagnesemia, and neuromuscular disease.

trembling disease
of sheep, scrapie; of piglets, congenital tremor syndrome.
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Tremblingly he asked a boy who came along the street at what time the shop would be opened: 'It will not be open at all to-day, for it is Sunday,' rejoined the other.
The diffident lad appears unable to commit to anything but his tremblingly expressed obsession with Estella, but even that grows unconvincing in the overall framework of Hawke's noncommittal noodling.
Wasn't the fear I had attributed to androphobia apparent, in my stomach, spotted with black moles, tremblingly affixing itself to my spine?
He shows the growth in esteem for 'fine folks' with superfine feelings, tremblingly exquisite, delicately refined.
Jan saw it first, and pointed tremblingly to the incoming waters.
In contrast to the gravely serious, physically weak, and tremblingly shy Fanny Price, Mary Crawford exhibits wit, energy, and self-assurance.
Such a strange adverbial attribution poses still another question: lands are seen tremblingly, but by whom and from where?
The humble kitten heel, coveted by many for its effortless chic is facing relegation this summer in favour of something heart tremblingly high.
And they will need that check-up if this emotional switchback of a match is any guide to a campaign that has already seen Everton tremblingly uncertain of whether to play hero or villain.
I wish that Patience would sit by these tombs; but at present--disappointment tremblingly, prayerfully crouches--and sobs--Miserere Domine