Definitions

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  • adjective shaking, aquiver

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Examples

  • I got up on to my nogas, and there was this nasty vindictive starry forella with her wattles ashake and grunting as she like tried to lever herself up from the floor, so I gave her a malenky fair kick in the litso, and she didn't like that, crying: "Waaaaah," and you could viddy her veiny mottled litso going purplewurple where I'd landed the old noga.

    Where's the show?

  • ‘Dunkery Beacon,’ whispered John, so close into my ear, that I felt his lips and teeth ashake; ‘dursn’t fire it now except to show the Doones way home again, since the naight as they went up and throwed the watchmen atop of it.

    Lorna Doone

  • Fighting them, the interior field set air ashake in a wild thin singing.

    A Circus of Hells

  • Blacky was all ashake again, but this time it wasn't with fear of being caught away from home in the dark; it was with excitement.

    Blacky the Crow

  • Something which sets the black poplars ashake with hysterical laughter;

    At the Window

  • The horse "with long mane ashake; hoofs, heavy with tumult; eyes, glimmering white." ...

    Barks and Purrs

  • Something which sets the black poplars ashake with hysterical laughter;

    Amores Poems

  • He seemed to be in the last extremity of fright, with a face the color of clay and his limbs all ashake as one who hath an ague.

    The White Company

  • He seemed to be in the last extremity of fright, with a face the color of clay and his limbs all ashake as one who hath an ague.

    The White Company

  • He seemed to be in the last extremity of fright, with a face the color of clay and his limbs all ashake as one who hath an ague.

    The White Company

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