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tremulous
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  • "Well!" says Sir Leicester tremulously.
  • I doubted if we should have got home without assistance, the boy’s steps were so uncertain and tremulous.
  • As the old man inspects, through his glasses, every up-stroke and down-stroke of both documents before he releases them from their leathern prison, and as he counts the money three times over and requires Judy to say every word she utters at least twice, and is as tremulously slow of speech and action as it is possible to be, this business is a long time in progress.
  • George," says Grandfather Smallweed with a tremulous wave of his shrivelled hand, "this is the gentleman, sir."

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  • She spoke timidly in a tremulous voice.
  • She tried to sound confident, but her voice was tremulous.

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