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I only know that never in my life before had it trembled as it did then.
But this resolution had been an immense effort--he trembled at the thought of seeing her changed face, as a timid woman trembles at the thought of the surgeon's knife, and he chose now to bear the long hours of suspense rather than encounter what seemed to him the more intolerable agony of witnessing her trial.
The hands of the old man trembled, his lips trembled, his body trembled, but his eyes flashed lightnings.
There was once a very old man, whose eyes had become dim, his ears dull of hearing, his knees trembled, and when he sat at table he could hardly hold the spoon, and spilt the broth upon the table-cloth or let it run out of his mouth.
Quasimodo followed it with his glance and trembled.
She paled and trembled, and looked more and more like fainting every moment.
On his way he trembled with horror at the idea of what had just been revealed to him.
But no sooner were they afloat than a savage growling from one of the apes directly ahead of him in the dugout attracted his attention to a shivering and cowering figure that trembled between him and the great anthropoid.
His hands were helpless; they trembled incessantly.