- n a shaky motion
- v move or jerk quickly and involuntarily up and down or sideways
His hands were trembling when he signed the document
- s vibrating slightly and irregularly; as e.g. with fear or cold or like the leaves of an aspen in a breeze
- Not being a professional historian, I take on this essay with fear and trembling.
- The trembling of a poplar-leaf in.
- A trembling technician quickly switched them off.
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- Fires set at vacant homes
WARREN - Marilene Dawson stood outside her 2306 Willow Drive home Wednesday evening, trembling with fear as Warren firefighters doused a grass fire in the rear of the long-abandoned home next door.
June 20, 2013 - Tribune Chronicle
- Sven-Goran Eriksson in BBC Sport
I am aware that Hans' decision has led to speculation about my own position here at Notts County,said Eriksson. "I continue to enjoy my work at Notts County and together with [new owner] Peter Trembling I hope to progress to the goals that...
- Kathleen Kennedy Townsend in FOXNews
He often was very nervous when he spoke,Townsend recalled. "I remember, as a little girl, watching him practice over and over in front of the mirror, and he was trembling. I mean, it wasn't easy."
- Betty Heidler in Jamaica Gleaner
I was afraid to lose the gold medal,Heidler, who works for Germany's border police, said. "I was really trembling. After Yipsi's last throw I thought for a tiny moment I was only second. I knew there would a lot of suspense, but it feels...