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  • as intremor
  • as inoscillation
  • as intemblor
  • as intremblor
  • as inflicker

synonyms for quiverings

  • earthquake
  • shiver
  • upheaval
  • vibration
  • agitation
  • flutter
  • quake
  • quaking
  • quaver
  • quiver
  • quivering
  • ripple
  • shake
  • shivering
  • tremble
  • trembling
  • trepidation
  • wobble
  • vibration
  • quivering
  • waving
  • swaying

antonyms for quiverings

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  • stillness
    • stillness
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        How to use quiverings in a sentence

        Lazy quiverings were running through the mound of jelly, pulsings that gave evidence of its low organism.
        ASTOUNDING STORIES, APRIL, 1931VARIOUS
        Complains at times of quiverings in the right extremities and a numbness of the left side.
        STUDIES IN FORENSIC PSYCHIATRYBERNARD GLUECK
        Light quiverings of the body, voluptuous movements, made the laces and gauzes and silks swirl about their graceful figures.
        SARRASINEHONORE DE BALZAC
        She trembled in his arms, shaken by spasmodic quiverings; her face bent low, resisted Franco when he would have raised it.
        THE PATRIOTANTONIO FOGAZZARO
        He felt little quiverings run all over his skin those cold shivers caused by over-powering happiness.
        THE WORKS OF GUY DE MAUPASSANT, VOL. 6GUY DE MAUPASSANT
        Her delicate frame was convulsed with nervous quiverings, and her faint breathing painfully issued from her heaving chest.
        THE PEARL OF THE ANDESGUSTAVE AIMARD
        One day, towards evening, I was seized with strange and indescribable quiverings.
        THE DIARY OF A RESURRECTIONIST, 1811-1812JAMES BLAKE BAILEY
        If they could see they'd find nothing but quiverings and questions, and if I don't do anything really violent it's all I ask.
        MARY CARYKATE LANGLEY BOSHER
        This was evident by the depth of her sighs, which shook her whole frame, and heaved with convulsive quiverings through her bosom.
        JANE SINCLAIR; OR, THE FAWN OF SPRINGVALEWILLIAM CARLETON
        His own voice was hurried between two quiverings of the throat; his mother's only whispered in reply.
        DEMOSGEORGE GISSING
        SYNONYM OF THE DAY
        OCTOBER 26, 1985
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