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Noun(1) a tremulous sound(2) a musical note having the time value of an eighth of a whole note
Verb(1) give off unsteady sounds, alternating in amplitude or frequency(2) sing or play with trills, alternating with the half note above or below
(1) I tried to make the question light, but I felt my voice quaver .(2) It's a mark of the return of confidence that no one said this with a quaver in their voice or a God-Willing shrug.(3) Thomas' voice accepted the reference to his illness without a quaver , and he shrugged.(4) ├ö├ç├┐I'm the king now,├ö├ç├û I explained, hoping no one else heard the quaver in my voice.(5) First, the wolf's cry held a quaver that said he was getting on in years.(6) Andrew Shore's Don Alfonso, in spite of a quaver in his voice, was expert and satisfying.(7) Even in his younger days, the inimitable strength and fortitude in his voice was mixed with the occasional moment of weakness, the odd quaver and show of vulnerability.(8) ├ö├ç├┐This is the largest pristine wilderness in North America,├ö├ç├û Kennedy croaks in a froggy quaver .(9) Lamontagne's voice is strong but with a quaver and a dry, rasping quality that hints at an inside breakability.(10) Strings swirl, melodies are caressed by her velvety vocal quaver , and the songs are simple in their expression of the feel-good sentiment.(11) Despite himself, a little quaver was in his voice.(12) He had that same erudite quaver that suggested madness or brilliance and probably both.(13) Putting a little quaver in my voice, I looked to Megan and said, ├ö├ç├┐What's she saying, sweetheart?├ö├ç├û(14) She was a bit taken aback to hear the slight quaver in her father's voice as he replied.(15) Brian's eyes were red and swollen, and his voice had a quaver .(16) it was impossible to hide the slight quaver in her voice
1. eighth note ::
2. tremble ::
3. waver ::
4. quiver ::
5. shake ::
6. vibrate ::
7. oscillate ::
8. fluctuate ::
9. falter ::
10. warble ::
Different Formsquaver, quavered, quavering, quavers, quavery
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