Quivery (adjective)

Trembling or shaking slightly, especially from fear or nervousness.

Origin:

From the word "quiver" meaning "to shake or vibrate".

Examples:

  1. Her voice was quivery as she spoke to the crowd.
  2. His hands were quivery as he tried to pour the coffee.
  3. The child's lip quivered as they tried not to cry.
  4. The old bridge quivered under the weight of the truck.
  5. The leaves of the tree quivered in the wind.
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