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synonyms for temblor

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

antonyms for temblor

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  • stillness
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How to use temblor in a sentence

The earth he turn round, and then come el temblor, the earthquake, and there you are!
STORIES IN LIGHT AND SHADOWBRET HARTE
It was merely a temblor, such as anyone would expect to feel occasionally with six smoking volcanic cones in view.
OPERATION: OUTER SPACEWILLIAM FITZGERALD JENKINS
For perhaps two, or two and a half minutes, the temblor continued and much damage was done.
SIXTY YEARS IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 1853-1913HARRIS NEWMARK
I sent a Mexican Herald about the temblor and the entry of Madero.
DIPLOMATIC DAYSEDITH O'SHAUGHNESSY
Each meeting resulted in a small explosion, and a temblor that was felt far above.
THE FLAMING MOUNTAINHAROLD LELAND GOODWIN
Then the earth steadied again, leaving only a mild temblor that soon vanished.
THE FLAMING MOUNTAINHAROLD LELAND GOODWIN
La casa se estremeca con temblor pavoroso.30 Madre e hija se quedaron como estatuas.
DOA PERFECTABENITO PREZ GALDS
It was only a 'temblor,' or shock of earthquake, in its mildest form, but it may be the precursor of a more serious disaster.
THE PEARL OF THE ANTILLES, OR AN ARTIST IN CUBAWALTER GOODMAN
One night while I was at the Hotel de France there was a temblor or slight earthquake.
JOURNEYS AND EXPERIENCES IN ARGENTINA, PARAGUAY, AND CHILEHENRY STEPHENS
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WORDS RELATED TO TEMBLOR

  • convulsion
  • fault
  • macroseism
  • microseism
  • movement
  • quake
  • quaker
  • seimicity
  • seism
  • seismism
  • shake
  • shock
  • slip
  • temblor
  • trembler
  • undulation
  • upheaval
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