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- adv. In a tremulous manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a tremulous manner.
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- adv. in a tremulous manner
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"Aunt Ailsey," she called tremulously, "I want to speak to you, Aunt Ailsey."
"Governor, Governor!" she called tremulously, "I feel as if I were going to faint.
A ruined shaft stood at the head, the last of the sunset glowing through its empty window-sockets; an owl called tremulously, the sheep answered their lambs from the dim moor.
'I don't think any one of them would want to.' she laughed again tremulously.
From these trees came the far-away, melancholy cooing of mourning doves, and little owls perched in them and called tremulously at night.
Love have become to me what I may be permitted to call tremulously vivid.
Madeleine spoke that single word tremulously, and a faint flush passed over her soft, pale face.
"Yes, Edward; but," tremulously, "you know Dr. Kreiss said his father was in a shipping business."
Say, mother, "tremulously," will it -- kill her? "
Faith, "tremulously," even Faith can't help you not to feel that everything has gone -- such a long, long way off. "