quavering

[ kwey-ver ]SEE DEFINITION OF quavering

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR QUAVERING

Not of age—merely of time; for here was no senility, no quavering or fretful lines.

My heart sank and my voice dwindled to a quavering, unfamiliar whisper.

Still looking from him, "I said you were very good to me," she said in a quavering whisper.

A querulous, high-pitched voice, quavering with the palsy of extreme age.

"Dass his blood," he said, in the same gentle, quavering tone.

Her voice, although feeble and quavering, was determined in tone.

His voice was as odd as his appearance, it was high-pitched and quavering.

Glory's voice, which had been quavering at first, gathered strength.

I asked him in a voice that was as cold and steady as his was hot and quavering.

The Martians were entertained by the quavering denunciation.

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