- v. present participle of judder.
“Upon release the man stood back a step and Geraint fell to the floor in juddering spasms.”
“The refresh rate is only 60 hertz, so the blurry 'juddering' effect is occasionally an issue when you're watching fast-moving sports, but it's perfectly fine for most other applications.”
“The resultant book, "VHS: Absurd, Odd, and Ridiculous Relics from the Videotape Era" Running Press, $14 has just been published, and to celebrate that fact, we present a rewind to the days when pausing meant juddering images, tapes would spool inside machines, and video rental stores were our YouTube.”
“As the national policy forum assembles this weekend in Wrexham, there is a need both to overhaul juddering institutions and to reset the intellectual route.”
“You simply lie there, trying to force relaxation, but instead there is only anxiety juddering your bones.”
“But that's mostly down to the first quarter's frenetic pace, with growth tailing off and then juddering next year.”
“Unfortunately, it only moved a yard or two before juddering to a halt.”
“Her shattered rib cage began to move with sudden, juddering movements as her damaged body struggled to continue to function.”
“It helps that they have become a momentous live band, their rockier tracks sounding like juddering juggernauts.”
“The plan was to talk it out, so that constitutional reform would be brought to a juddering halt.”
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