trem·u·lous


trem·u·lous

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  • trem´u|lous|ly — trem|u|lous «TREHM yuh luhs», adjective. 1. trembling; quivering; quavering: »the tremulous flutter of young leaves. The child s voice was tremulous with sobs. SYNONYM(S): shaking, vibrating. 2. timid; feeling or showing fear: »tremulous beliefs… …   Useful english dictionary

  • trem|u|lous — «TREHM yuh luhs», adjective. 1. trembling; quivering; quavering: »the tremulous flutter of young leaves. The child s voice was tremulous with sobs. SYNONYM(S): shaking, vibrating. 2. timid; feeling or showing fear: »tremulous beliefs (Lionel… …   Useful english dictionary

  • trem´u|lous|ness — trem|u|lous «TREHM yuh luhs», adjective. 1. trembling; quivering; quavering: »the tremulous flutter of young leaves. The child s voice was tremulous with sobs. SYNONYM(S): shaking, vibrating. 2. timid; feeling or showing fear: »tremulous beliefs… …   Useful english dictionary

  • lous — aceph·a·lous; achlo·ro·phyl·lous; acid·u·lous; acoe·lous; adac·ty·lous; am·moph·i·lous; am·phib·o·lous; am·phi·coe·lous; am·phi·con·dy·lous; an·e·moph·i·lous; an·gu·lous; an·iso·dac·ty·lous; an·iso·phyl·lous; anom·a·lous; anom·a·lous·ly;… …   English syllables

  • trem — der·o·trem·a·ta; di·trem·a·ta; di·trem·a·tous; ex·trem·i·ty; hy·po·trem·a·ta; trem; trem·a·lith; trem·a·to·da; trem·a·to·sau·rus; trem·ble·ment; trem·bleuse; trem·bly; trem·el·la·ce·ae; trem·el·la·les; trem·el·loid; trem·el·lose; trem·e·tol;… …   English syllables

  • -dac·ty·lous; — ab·i·e·tate; ab·i·e·tene; abio·gen·e·sis; abi·og·e·nist; abra·si·om·e·ter; ab·sorp·ti·om·e·ter; aca·cat·e·chin; ac·ac·e·tin; acad·e·mist; acad·e·my; ac·cel·er·om·e·ter; ac·e·tab·u·lar; ac·e·tab·u·lar·ia; ac·e·tab·u·late; ac·e·tab·u·lif·era;… …   English syllables

  • tremulous — trem·u·lous …   English syllables

  • tremulously — trem·u·lous·ly …   English syllables

  • tremulous — trem•u•lous [[t]ˈtrɛm yə ləs[/t]] adj. 1) (of persons, the body, etc.) characterized by trembling, as from fear or nervousness 2) timid; fearful 3) (of things) vibratory or quivering 4) (of writing) done with a trembling hand • Etymology:… …   From formal English to slang

  • tremulous — trem|u|lous [ tremjələs ] adjective LITERARY if something such as your voice or smile is tremulous, it is not steady, for example because you are afraid or excited ╾ trem|u|lous|ly adverb …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English


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