quake[ kweyk ]SEE DEFINITION OF quake
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR QUAKE
If I do not make Hickman quake now-and-then, he will endeavour to make me fear.
She surveyed us both with a scorn in her eyes that made us quake a little.
You'll see the plants which make me quake; you'll see the springs, such a shower of water!
I'm that fearsome, that I declare I shiver and quake at nothing.
It got to be so that whatever we touched began to quake and quiver.
He was, I think, the only man in Thrums who did not quake when the minister looked at him.
He noticed her strange coldness, and his heart began to quake.
The concrete was a 1-4-7 mixture wet enough to quake when rammed.
There are moments when I quake with the fear that it is all a dream.
Calandrino incontinent began to quake and said, 'Alack, how so?