- n a sensation of cold that often marks the start of an infection and the development of a fever
- v tremble convulsively, as from fear or excitement
- v shake, as from cold
The children are shivering--turn on the heat!
- s vibrating slightly and irregularly; as e.g. with fear or cold or like the leaves of an aspen in a breeze
sparkling light from the shivering crystals of the chandelier
- On a winter's day in late 1998, Kim Myong Suk, 20, lay shivering and weak from hunger on the cold concrete floor of a cell in a prison camp in North Korea, not far from the Chinese .
- Three years ago, an Indian from the Amazonian backwa- ters arrived at the house in Manaus, Brazil, of biologist Marc van Roosmalen holding a tin can with a little monkey shivering .
- There's the inconsiderate co-worker who decided to drag himself to the office and spent the day sniffling, sneezing and shivering in the cubicle next to yours.
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- Ripon Officers Rescue Drowning Dogs from Canal
RIPON- Two large dogs rescued from an irrigation canal Friday morning are back with their owner. Ripon Police officers Mario Ysit and Mindy Morris used pole snares to pull the shivering dogs from the icy waters of the canal where …
June 21, 2013 - FOX40 Sacramento
- Amy Winehouse in Digital Spy
Taxi driver Mitch Winehouse told The Sun: "Amy is very ill and is suffering horrific withdrawal symptoms - shivering and constantly throwing up. Her body is expelling all the rubbish. One thing helping Amy is her Marilyn Monroe films. Amy loves Some...
- Joachim Loew in Reuters Canada
We will not be shivering in the changing rooms, hoping the referee will not start the game,Germany coach Joachim Loew told reporters.
- Levi Leipheimer in AFP
Turn your shower on as cold as it gets then stand there for four hours. That's what it's like,Leipheimer said. "It's horrible conditions out there. We're freezing - shivering cold rain."