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Synonyms for tremble

Synonyms for tremble

to move to and fro in short, jerky movements

to move to and fro violently

a state of nervous restlessness or agitation

Synonyms for tremble

move or jerk quickly and involuntarily up and down or sideways

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While Laurent Levesque puts emphasis on natural light in his images and installations, Julie Tremble and Philippe Hamelin tackle the digital hardcore of pure computer-generated images.
On the morning of Saturday, August 19, 1876, Tremble confronted his 76-year-old old boss, John Johnes, in the library of his Carmarthenshire country pile and shot him in the lower abdomen.
Unnatural movement, a lure dropped too close, a tremble of the mangroves imperceptible to human nerves--any of these could cause, the fish to bolt through the thicket, lost for the day.
As it is, Tremble caused three completely innocent people a great deal of pain and suffering.
Ben Page, director of Ipsos Mori, said the Conservative leader had made the "right noises" for the party faithful, but nothing that would make "Gordon Brown tremble in his boots".
Zytek's Steve Tremble is one of seven new non-executive directors at the Manufacturing Advisory Service - West Midlands.
The people tremble before this God, begging Moses to intercede lest they die (Ex.
But over the years, the family came to suspect that much of the money was not being used for this purpose, and, taking a step that must have made university presidents tremble and of course delighted me, the Robertsons sued.
Wells's 1898 novel about an alien invasion, you'll know the answer to that question and tremble in fear.
It was in the casting of entire rooms, shown suspended and free to tremble gently, that Bucher finally achieved an elastic three-dimensionality.
Indeed I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just.
It seems to throw a sinister brightness, a foreboding of the grave and dreadful events to come, which make the blood tremble and freeze in the veins--it seems as if stained with blood.
Thomas Jefferson, who made up his own religion and even wrote his own Bible, said one time about slavery (even as he himself owned slaves), "If there is a God, then let this nation tremble.
It used to be pictures of scantily clad women that made censors shudder; now we tremble at images of smoking--so much so that some Hollywood directors have taken a pledge to eradicate cigarettes from their films.
Just walking through the school halls caused me to tremble and become nauseated.