So it is almost with a shudder I take my last look at the Stones of Carnac.
There are ghosts whom I tremble to meet, and cannot think of without a shudder.
The sinister association of ideas made Mary shudder, but she said no more.
I used to like him when I was a child; now I shudder at his name.
Do you not look on the past with a shudder at the precipice on which you stood?
She loved the river with its reflected lights,—but it made her shudder, too.
The figures struck Pierre with a force which made him shudder.
And then the shudder born of the thought of death returned to him.
Oh, don't talk like that, it makes me shudder; it is horrible!
She did not squeal nor shudder, but sat regarding it with gentle pride.