Definitions

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  • adj. In a tremoring manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Marked by tremors; vibrating rapidly.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I get this lovely image of you sitting by a pleasant fire wrapped in shawls, wearing a deathshead bonnet and sipping hot chocolate from your skull cup, with gently tremorous hands.

    My haul of Halloween skull stuff and a lot of screaming

  • Then she stood back and put her tremorous hands on my shoulders.

    Spin

  • In the dark passage by the fidley he fell to tremorous weeping.

    Our Mr. Wrenn

  • But he was somewhat afraid of the sound of his own tremorous voice.

    Our Mr. Wrenn

  •     Harbin was cut off by a long, tremorous outburst from the queen.

    The Brothers' War

  • Harbin was cut off by a long, tremorous outburst from the queen.

    The Brothers' War

  • (Actually, there are countless ways to live upon this tremorous sphere in mirth and good health, and probably only one way-the industrialized, urbanized, herding way-to live here stupidly, and man has hit upon that one wrong way.)

    Even Cowgirls Get The Blues

  • An undercurrent of deep sincerity stayed many a tremorous hand.

    The Masques of Ottawa

  • Even now, putting out her tremorous feeler, she shrank back from his refusal.

    The Combined Maze

  • And all this life and beauty, this gay glory and tremorous ecstasy and effort was here for moth-love of one incarnate fever of frail-winged loveliness!

    Strong Hearts

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