Quake (verb)

  1. The act or an instance of the ground shaking or trembling, often caused by an earthquake.
  2. A strong emotion or fear that causes someone to shake or tremble.

Origin:

The word quake comes from the old english word "cwacian" which means "to shake" or "to tremble" and it refers to the act or an instance of the ground shaking or trembling, often caused by an earthquake, or a strong emotion or fear that causes someone to shake or tremble.

Examples:

  1. The city was hit by a powerful quake that caused widespread damage.
  2. The building was shaking as if it was going to collapse during the quake.
  3. The earthquake caused the ground to quake violently.
  4. The soldier quaked with fear before going into battle.
  5. The frightened child quaked with fear as the storm raged outside.
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