shiver


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Synonyms for shiver

the shivers

Synonyms

Synonyms for shiver

to move to and fro in short, jerky movements

a nervous shaking of the body

a state of nervous restlessness or agitation

to crack or split into two or more fragments by means of or as a result of force, a blow, or strain

Synonyms for shiver

an almost pleasurable sensation of fright

tremble convulsively, as from fear or excitement

Related Words

shake, as from cold

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Cats in shock may shiver or shake, appear weak, feel cold to the touch, and have rapid heart rates.
Meperidine has also shown a synergistic reduction in the shiver threshold when used with skin counterwarming.
One of manga's masters of horror presents ten twisted stories in the compilation Shiver.
It may seem anomalous that only 2 moose in the moderate group shivered the most, whereas only limited shivering was observed in the heavy treatment group.
"The newly revised TAP will offer veterans the skills needed to explore education and employment opportunities, and translate military skills and training (to the civilian workplace), as well as provide individualized assistance to successfully register for the right VA benefits and services," said Krystal Shiver, AFRC's other TAP manager.
On April 10, 2007, Shiver was suspended for three years, effective June 8, 2007, for engaging in the practice of law during his period of delinquency for disciplinary costs.
And I'm carving up these racetracksmooth corners on Aprilia's revamped Shiver 750.
You didn't even shiver the first night, when, far away from me and your loved ones, after the finished work, you kept your chin up, alone in the desert, you tucked your children in, extinguished the candle and looked into a vain, unknown, uncertain night!
You may also shiver but this isn't always the case.
Of course, as Shiver Metimbers points out in his introduction, "the path of true love and covert money transfers never runs smoothly.
"I'd rather [that a woman have a] fever and shiver than bleed to death," he says.
If that's not enough to keep you toasty, you'll start to shiver (experience rapid cycling between relaxed and contracted muscles).
The first speaker in the afternoon session was John Shiver, PhD, a researcher with Merck and Co., Inc.
Mechanic, Esq., chairman, Real Estate Department, Fried, Frank, Harris, Shiver & Jacobson; Joshua Mermelstein, Esq., partner, Fried, Frank, Harris, Shiver & Jacobson; Bruce E.
2 to neutralize our opponent's hand shiver, shoulder blow, and forearm shiver.