Thesaurus / quiver

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Indeed, self-recording tools and remote submissions seem likely to remain crucial arrows in marketers’ quivers, even as many also re-integrate in-person techniques.
For most adventurers, side-by-sides haven’t been part of the typical outdoor quiver.
I thought I would need a quiver of face coverings when I realized that wearing them would become part of our daily routines, but this is the only one I really need.
The fletchings of three arrows stick out from his makeshift quiver, which also holds water, electrolyte tablets, and his antelope tag.
It was a breathless afternoon; beyond the city the blue hills seemed to float and quiver in mid-air.
PHAROS, THE EGYPTIANGUY NEWELL BOOTHBY
He felt in his nostrils a quiver of desire, and shame and self-scorn came in its wake.
He can look into my dead eyes and threaten this—without a quiver—without a qualm!
THE GHETTOHERMAN HEIJERMANS
As she took in the fact of Antony Dart's presence her chin began to quiver.
THE DAWN OF A TO-MORROWFRANCES HODGSON BURNETT
Her eyes began to glow like stars in a pool of water, deep and lustrous, her lips to quiver.
THE MAJORRALPH CONNOR
Even carrying arrows in a quiver tends to dull them, because they chafe each other while in motion.

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