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Twice Old Tarwater essayed to rise and go on, and each time, warned by his shakiness, sank back to recover more strength.
THE RED ONEJACK LONDON
To me he is particularly kind, on account of my headaches and general shakiness.
NEW GRUB STREETGEORGE GISSING
She knew that he often worked under tremendous tension, but he had never before admitted shakiness of nerve.
MRS. RED PEPPERGRACE S. RICHMOND
His mere shakiness of physical condition added strength to her attraction.
THE SHUTTLEFRANCES HODGSON BURNETT
Frequently recurring illness, and a little shakiness in his step, warn him that his time is nearly up.
THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY, VOLUME 13, NO. 80, JUNE, 1864VARIOUS
Mart did so, for by this time he had recovered entirely except for a shakiness in his legs.
THE PIRATE SHARKELLIOTT WHITNEY
The ink is faded and brown, the flourishes have the shakiness of age.
THE LURE OF OLD LONDONSOPHIE COLE
Rick spoke up, and he was surprised that there was no shakiness in his voice.
THE CAVES OF FEARJOHN BLAINE
But he must have felt the shakiness of his answer afterwards.
WHEN GHOST MEETS GHOSTWILLIAM FREND DE MORGAN
He tried to sound calm, but the shakiness of triumph and excitement was in his voice.
RIP FOSTER IN RIDE THE GRAY PLANETHAROLD LELAND GOODWIN
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