trembling


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Maggie was frightened at Tom's pale, trembling silence.
The two poor things clung closer to each other, both trembling,--the one at an unshapen fear, the other at the image of a terrible certainty.
His grandfather, who was his godfather, trembling and afraid of dropping him, carried the infant round the battered tin font and handed him over to the godmother, Princess Mary.
Again he put his trembling hands to his head, and gave a wild ringing scream, the cry of desolation.
The fellow had retreated to the end of the bridge, where he now stood trembling and wide-eyed, facing the beast that moved slowly toward him.
Like the sail trembling with the violence of the spirit, doth my wisdom cross the sea--my wild wisdom!
The old man bowed deeply and went out trembling, but without speaking a word.
I still felt the mysterious trembling which had oppressed me in the garden.
a leaf to its trembling when it is no longer a leaf but just a trembling.
He said that the rest of the PML-N ministers were trembling.
We present the first account of the boreal tree species trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides, Salicaceae) growing beyond the latitudinal treeline in the northern foothills of the Brooks Range, Alaska.
Yield Table indicates that trembling aspen is very slow growing in young and middle age and Current Annual Increment (CAI) and Mean Annual Increment (MAI) values do not reach its maximum value, even at age 70.