“Miller was critical in keeping Southern pols on board (including Georgia Sen. Sam Nunn, who got "quivery" about the draft issue).”
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“My legs were not best pleased with me afterwards and they went kind of quivery if I tried to squat (like sitting on a chair that isn't there), but otherwise it was okay.”
“Honesty like syrup, this bird-bill must really be mine — I'm a giggling hummingbird, fighting to be still though quivery when a voice says, "Savor that popcorn, take time with it in your mouth as I will you, and I'll let you fly.”
“What happens next is that Rush derides them for their cowardice and his listeners will get all quivery but everyone else will say "what a blowhard bully.”
“But instead eeked out a quivery "Okay, I'll try ...”
“The sun shines uncertainly in the darkening sky, creating a strange quivery twilight against which all objects take on exaggerated clarity.”
“She hugs me, then steps away, her face quivery and tearful in the front door light.”
“She supposed she should have checked with Diana before making that offer, but her daughter, looking relieved, found her telephone and held it out to Milo, who managed a quivery smile.”
“Just the way he says it—all quivery and ice-cold—sends shivers through me.”
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