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  • "Is it Sergeant Troy?" said the blurred spot in the snow, tremulously.
  • —had curved itself to a certain expression as the pen went on—the corners had moved with all their natural tremulousness: what had been the expression?
  • Her singing was soft and rather tremulous at first, but it soon swelled to a steady clearness.
  • "Ah!" she replied, and there was even a little tremulousness in the usually cool girl’s voice; "if you can only fight half as winningly as you can talk, you are able to make a pleasure of a bayonet wound!"

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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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