temblor

[ tem-bler, -blawr; Spanish tem-blawr ]SEE DEFINITION OF temblor

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I sent a Mexican Herald about the temblor and the entry of Madero.

It was only a 'temblor,' or shock of earthquake, in its mildest form, but it may be the precursor of a more serious disaster.

Each meeting resulted in a small explosion, and a temblor that was felt far above.

It was merely a temblor, such as anyone would expect to feel occasionally with six smoking volcanic cones in view.

For perhaps two, or two and a half minutes, the temblor continued and much damage was done.

One night while I was at the Hotel de France there was a temblor or slight earthquake.

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