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  • adjective Not tremulous.

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Examples

  • Unexcited he raised his voice, high-keyed, as was usual with him, but clear, untremulous, and firm.

    The Abolitionists Together With Personal Memories Of The Struggle For Human Rights

  • The camp was built on the bold shore of a lake which yet wants a name worthy its beauty, but which we always, for want of such a one, call by that which its white discoverer left it, -- Tupper's Lake, -- whose waters, the untremulous mirror of the forests and mountains around and the sky above, gleamed to us only in blue fragments through the interstices of the leafy veil that intervened.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 2, No. 14, December 1858

  • She looked at him, very slowly, all over: her hands were quite still on her blue print frock that smelt of fire: many and many a night and day of hard schooling and cold patience had gone to make them lie there so untremulous now.

    Captivity

  • It is a wonderful scene, a marvelous example of Christian heroism, for in the midst of the hisses and threats and curses of the rioters, the prayer of the brave woman rose clear and untremulous.

    William Lloyd Garrison The Abolitionist

  • For quite an interval there was no sound but the occasional click of a dish laid upon its pile, with fingers that, however, were firm and untremulous.

    Tales of Trail and Town

  • The same invitation, which calls us to a life of righteousness and self-suppression and purity, also calls us, with the sweet promise that is firm as the throne of God, to the everlasting felicities of that perfect kingdom in which, because the obedience is entire, the glory shall be untremulous and unstained.

    Expositions of Holy Scripture Second Corinthians, Galatians, and Philippians Chapters I to End. Colossians, Thessalonians, and First Timothy.

  • Yet our nation is untremulous as the primeval granite.

    The Martyred President: A Sermon Preached in the First Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, N. Y.

  • I heard the voice, musical as ever, -- lower than it was once, and more subdued in its key, but steadfast and untremulous: it was no longer the voice that made "my soul plant itself in the ears."

    The Caxtons — Volume 18

  • I heard the voice, musical as ever, -- lower than it was once, and more subdued in its key, but steadfast and untremulous: it was no longer the voice that made "my soul plant itself in the ears."

    The Caxtons — Complete

  • Lucy Snowe,” in a clean, clear, equal, decided hand; and here was the seal, round, full, deftly dropped by untremulous fingers, stamped with the well-cut impress of initials, “J.G. B.”

    Villette

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