quiver[ kwiv-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF quiver
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR QUIVER
It was a beautiful cameo of Alcibiades, with the quiver and bow of Eros.
She worked as if for dear life, but every quiver of her back told that she was listening.
Not a sound disturbed the oppressive quiet, not the quiver of a twig.
He was erect, pale and handsome, and his words came without a quiver.
There must have been a dimness in his eyes and a quiver to his wide-lipped, generous mouth.
No quiver of arrows was on his back, nor hunting spear at his side.
Bud Hines, in the rear with the others, was in a quiver of excitement.
"I'm willing to do my duty," he said with a quiver in his tone.
He stopped short, and at the sudden roar of the crowd I saw him frown and quiver.
Kirsty's nostrils began to quiver, and her lip rose in a curve of scorn.