crynu, grynu, chrynu, nghrynucrynith, cryna, cryna’, crynaf, crynai, crynais, crynaist, crynan, crynant, crynasai, crynasant, crynasech, crynasem, crynasent, crynasid, crynasit, chrynais, crynasom, crynaswn, crynech, cryned, crynem, crynen, crynent, cryner, crynes, crynest, crynet, cryni, crynid, cryniff, crynir, crŷn, cryno, crynoch, crynodd, crynom, crynon, crynont, crynwch, crynwn, crynwyd, crynwyf, crynych, chryna, chryna’, chrynaf, chrynai, crynasoch, chrynaist, chrynan, chrynant, chrynasai, chrynasant, chrynasech, chrynasem, chrynasent, chrynasid, chrynasit, chrynasoch, chrynasom, chrynaswn, chrynech, chryned, grynasech, chrynen, chrynent, chryner, chrynes, chrynest, chrynet, chryni, chrynid, chryniff, chrynir, chrynith, chrynoch, chrynodd, chrynom, chrynon, grynet, chrynwch, chrynwn, chrynwyd, chrynwyf, chrynych, gryna, gryna’, grynaf, grynai, grynais, grynaist, grynan, grynant, grynasai, grynasant, chrynem, grynasem, grynasent, grynasid, grynasit, grynasoch, grynasom, grynaswn, grynech, gryned, grynem, grynen, grynent, gryner, grynes, grynest, chrynont, gryni, grynid, gryniff, grynir, grynith, grynoch, grynodd, grynom, grynon, grynont, grynwch, grynwn, grynwyd, grynwyf, grynych
Noun(1) a reflex motion caused by cold or fear or excitement
Verb(1) move or jerk quickly and involuntarily up and down or sideways
(1) The tremble of torpedoes and guns and the whine of planes sounded from somewhere far above.(2) Even when Mr. Taylor reminds Lisa and I about our detention I only experience a slight tremble .(3) There was a slight tremble just before that which had a magnitude of around 1.1.(4) Lex drew it along his forearm with smooth precision, savoring the slight tremble under the blade.(5) there was a slight tremble in his voice(6) The thought of a battle sent more adrenaline coursing through her, but she successfully kept the tremble out of her voice.(7) Finally coming back to herself, she tried to hide the tremble in her voice.(8) Stuffing a strand of hair behind her ear, Darcy answered without a tremble in her voice, though inside she felt like her bones had turned to jelly.(9) I tip-toed across the room to cast a tentative arm across the tremble of her shoulders.(10) She felt it with a tremble of happiness and hope as her dreary eyes watched the clouds turn from pink to white, the sky from orange to blue├ö├ç┬¬(11) It was all she could do to keep the tremble from reaching her voice, and keep the eye contact from breaking.(12) When the fish shakes its feelers, they thought, a slight tremble would occur.(13) And yet what I hear is so remote, a tremble displaced in time, so indifferent, its spent passion whizzing above my immobile frame.(14) It made him tremble to think that the people may be allowed to make this decision.(15) His breath was warm on my face and I could swear I heard a tremble in his voice├ö├ç┬¬ or maybe that was just me.(16) When she firmly pressed her hand upon it, the door gave a slight tremble .
(1) to tremble :: grynu
1. tremor ::
2. shake ::
3. shake ::
4. be afraid ::
tremble, trembled, trembles, trembling
Word Example from TV Shows
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...that men shall TREMBLE to behold.
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 6
didn't TREMBLE at the shadow
of an unborn child.
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 5
Even the river is going to TREMBLE.
Money Heist Season 3, Episode 4
English to Welsh Dictionary: tremble
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