(As a verb)
Quiver ( verb )
- To shake or tremble slightly.
- To vibrate or oscillate rapidly.
- To feel a sudden strong emotion.
The word "quiver" is derived from old english word "cwifer" meaning "a container for arrows". it was used to describe the physical action of a container shaking or vibrating, which led to the use of the word to describe the motion of a person or object that is shaking or trembling.
- Her voice quivered with emotion as she spoke.
- The leaves of the tree quivered in the wind.
- His hand quivered as he reached for the glass.
- The sound of the music made the floor quiver.
- The whole building quivered as the earthquake hit.
(As a noun)
Quiver ( noun )
- A container for holding arrows.
- A container or case for holding other small objects.
- A feeling of fear or nervousness.
The word "quiver" is derived from old english word "cwifer" meaning "a container for arrows". it was used to describe a container for holding arrows, which led to the use of the word to describe a container or case for holding other small objects, such as tools or utensils.
- He reached into his quiver and pulled out an arrow.
- He had a quiver full of arrows.
- He took out a pencil from the quiver in his bag.
- The quiver in her voice betrayed her fear.
- A quiver of excitement ran through her as she waited for the results.
Some random words: unfeasible, fairing, carve