Examples of atremble in a Sentence
atremble with fright at the sound of the booming howitzers
Recent Examples of atremble from the Web
His gaze has the power to set walls, grown men and the earth itself atremble.
The prospect of a multicultural America cannot mesh with the white Protestant template, and this has many white people atremble with cultural insecurity.
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First Known Use of atremble
Synonymsaquiver, shaky, quaking, quavery, quivering, shaking, shuddering, shuddery, tottering, tottery, trembling, trembly, tremulous, wobbling (also wabbling), wobbly (also wabbly)
Related Wordsconvulsive; shivering, shivery; rocky, staggery, unstable, unsteady, wavering, wavery; palpitating, pulsating, throbbing
Near Antonymscontrolled, firm, settled, stable, steady
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