Did you perhaps mean quaking?
- n. Plural form of quaking.
“The expedition went out into the passage, not without quakings.”
“The rocks became still, the quakings ceased, and now those Ancient Ones who had been labouring could take breath.”
“So the alligator comes out of the mud with quakings of the earth.”
“From many reasons, I believe that the frequent quakings of the earth on this line of coast are caused by the rending of the strata, necessarily consequent on the tension of the land when upraised, and their injection by fluidified rock.”
“However, in spite of all his fears and heart-quakings he went in, and asked for Nastasia”
“She had never wanted either of her men to know the inward quakings of her soul over each new risk as Stephen began to grow up.”
“The most severe quakings were felt three days later, when great damage was done.”
“Croswell needed assistance in these days of financial quakings and threatened party divisions, but he would accept it only from a master.”
“Twas with inward quakings, for beauty, were it Helen's own, is but a blunted arrow against a seasoned heart of seventy: and Sir Francis Lepel had reached that discreet age.”
“Then all was quiet for many days, but when at length the quakings began again my natural instinct of self-preservation told me I ought not to take the risk of another such siege, and so I started to make my way to the surface by a well-known path.”
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