trembling


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His companion explained the situation, and the lawyer took the paper and began to read it, while Jurgis stood clutching the desk with knotted hands, trembling in every nerve.
Silas got up from his knees trembling, and looked round at the table: didn't the gold lie there after all?
I descended the staircase step by step; the only thing I could not conquer was a strange trembling in my knees.
It must blaze up, indeed, with a great brilliance the dull printer's ink expended on the assemblage of the few letters that form the ship's name to the anxious eyes scanning the page in fear and trembling.
It was time you ceased," said the baroness, in a trembling voice.
The old man bowed deeply and went out trembling, but without speaking a word.
At ten o'clock at night, after passing over ravines, forests, and scattered villages, the aeronauts reached the side of the Trembling Mountain, along whose gentle slopes they went quietly gliding.
Baisemeaux was already trembling with shame and uneasiness.
The doctor with his shirt sleeves tucked up, without a coat, pale and with a trembling jaw, came out of the room.
When Rokoff saw what it was that stalked him his shrieks for help filled the air, as with trembling knees he stood, as one paralyzed, before the hideous death that was creeping upon him.
Gryphus came forth trembling behind the courageous Rosa.
A mysterious trembling shuddered over me faintly from head to foot.