quaking[ kweyk ]SEE DEFINITION OF quaking
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR QUAKING
Standing on that quaking wall Foulet and I stared at each other.
Quaking, reeling, almost falling, she came tottering down the patio.
Father Pifferi, quaking with fear, thought he was there to protect Roma.
Then the wreckers, hand in hand, quaking and whimpering, stepped out to the mouth of the cave.
Quaking with undefined fears, he pushed on until he had joined them.
Of this Kenneth had now a proof that set him quaking with impatient fear.
But that quaking individual had taken advantage of the excitement to disappear.
Death was on every hand beyond that hill, and the hill itself was—quaking.
He surveyed the quaking Sautee with a look of extreme contempt.
Mercedes begged, aghast, quaking in realisation of the enormity of her mistake.