tremor[ trem-er, tree-mer ]SEE DEFINITION OF tremor
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TREMOR
The bridge was tremulous beneath me, and marked the tremor of the solid earth.
With great difficulty and tremor they succeeded in forcing the door.
A second time she interrupted herself in the tremor of the words she pronounced.
There was a tremor of laughter in her voice, but her eyes were grave and earnest.
But Page perceived the tremor of battle that ran through her.
There was no tremor of fear in him, only regret that he had met the girl and lost her so soon.
His eyelids were now raised, and he rested there quietly, wholly hers, his tremor past.
He wanted to appear calm, and anxiety gave a tremor to his voice.
Eric asked and wondered whether he was imagining a tremor in his voice.
"Go back, Laddie," said Ralph again, and not without a tremor in his deep voice.