tremble


tremble
01. The puppy was [trembling] with cold when we found it.
02. The little boy's lower lip was [trembling] as he fought back his tears.
03. The ground began to [tremble], and buildings began to shake.
04. Saba was [trembling] with anger when her husband finally came home.
05. My fingers were [trembling] as I picked up my guitar, and faced the audience.
06. The leaves were [trembling] in the trees as the wind began to howl.
07. The ground [trembled] as the huge dinosaur approached.
08. The old woman's lower lip was [trembling], and she looked like she was going to start crying
09. He seemed really nervous when I spoke to him. He had a [tremble] in his voice and his hands were shaking.
10. His voice [trembled], and his hands shook uncontrollably.
11. André Maurois once said that without a family, man, alone in the world, [trembles] with the cold.
12. The young boy began to [tremble] all over when told of his father's suicide.
13. The entire army began to [tremble] in the face of the assembled host.
14. The little girl's lips began to [tremble] as tears welled up in her eyes.
15. The old man's hands were [trembling] as he lifted the bottle to his lips, and took a long gulp.
16. He was almost [trembling] with excitement and desire as he watched her undress.

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  • tremble — 1. (tran bl ) s. m. Peuplier dont les feuilles tremblent au moindre vent, populus tremula, L. HISTORIQUE    XIIIe s. •   Renart, fet il, li maufez t arde, Que por toi tout le cuer me tremble Aussi comme foille de tremble, Ren. 28530. •   Plus y a …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • tremble — [ trɑ̃bl ] n. m. • 1138; bas lat. tremulus « le tremblant » ♦ Peuplier à écorce lisse, à tige droite, dont les feuilles à minces pétioles frissonnent au moindre souffle. « C étaient des trembles. Ils déroulaient des montagnes de feuillages qu… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • tremblé — tremble [ trɑ̃bl ] n. m. • 1138; bas lat. tremulus « le tremblant » ♦ Peuplier à écorce lisse, à tige droite, dont les feuilles à minces pétioles frissonnent au moindre souffle. « C étaient des trembles. Ils déroulaient des montagnes de… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Tremble — may refer to:* Tremble (song), the debut single from Lou Rhodes first solo album * Tremble dance, a dance performed by receiver honey bees * Tremble (short film), independent short film from Australian filmmakers The Schelle Brothers * Tremble, a …   Wikipedia

  • tremble — (v.) c.1300, shake from fear, cold, etc., from O.Fr. trembler tremble, fear (11c.), from V.L. *tremulare (Cf. It. tremolare, Sp. temblar), from L. tremulus trembling, tremulous, from tremere to tremble, shiver, quake, from PIE *trem to tremble… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Tremble — Trem ble, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Trembled}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Trembling}.] [F. trembler, fr. L. tremulus trembling, tremulous, fr. tremere to shake, tremble; akin to Gr. ?, Lith. trimti. Cf. {Tremulous}, {Tremor}.] 1. To shake involuntarily, as with …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • tremble — [trem′bəl] vi. trembled, trembling [ME tremblen < OFr trembler < VL * tremulare < L tremulus, trembling < tremere, to tremble < IE * trem (< base * ter ) > Gr tremein, to tremble] 1. to shake involuntarily from cold, fear,… …   English World dictionary

  • Tremble — Trem ble, n. An involuntary shaking or quivering. [1913 Webster] I am all of a tremble when I think of it. W. Black. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • tremblé — tremblé, ée (tran blé, blée) adj. 1°   Écriture tremblée, écriture tracée par une main tremblante.    On le dit aussi d une écriture particulière dont les traits, au lieu d être droits, sont sinueux. Écriture tremblée, ou, substantivement, la… …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • tremble — Tremble. subst. masc. Espece de peuplier dont les feüilles tremblent au moindre vent. Bois de tremble …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • tremble — (Del fr. tremblé). m. Impr. Filete ondulado que se usa en tipografía …   Diccionario de la lengua española