Shudder – meaning of the word and examples

To shade suddenly with very small movements because of a very unpleasant thought or feeling. (Cambridge Dictionary)

When something shudders, it shakes violently and quickly. (Cambridge Dictionary)

(of a person) tremble convulsively, typically as a result of fear or revulsion. (Oxford Dictionaries)

(especially of a vehicle, machine, or building) shake or vibrate deeply. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Usually as adjective shuddering (of a person’s breathing) be unsteady, especially as a result of emotional disturbance.(Oxford Dictionaries)


Horror Fans: It Is Your Moral Imperative To Watch TERRIFIED On Shudder This Weekend.

A Discovery Of Witches Coming To Sundance Now And Shudder.

‘Boom,’ then shudder, first sign of problem on Washington bridge.


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