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verb as in quiver

verb as in shudder

verb as in tremble

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Example Sentences

Subatomic jitters continuously introduced tiny flaws into the inflating universe, tweaking the density of substances that would eventually become light, matter, dark matter, and more.

Hassleman showed how short-term jitters could be added to strengthen models of long-term climate change.

Hassleman’s work helped to show how the short-term jitter could be incorporated into models to understand the long-term change in climate.

All that action is a good reflection of the jitters traders are feeling.

The number of new cases increased more than 40 percent in the past week, sending jitters through the stock market, and is raising questions about whether state and local health authorities will reinstitute restrictions to slow the virus’s spread.

From mochaccino to Mary Jane, from jitter juice to joint, from java to ganja, say bye-bye barista, hello pot-ista.


On this page you'll find 146 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to jitter, such as: disco, samba, tango, waltz, boogie, and charleston.

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