Synonyms of 'tremble'
He began to tremble all over.
I stood there, crying and shaking with fear.
He shivered in the cold.
She shuddered with cold.
Her bottom lip quivered and big tears rolled down her cheeks.
He watched the cup teeter on the edge before it fell.
The balconies begin to tremble and totter in the smoke and fumes.
quake in your boots
shake in your boots or shoes
He felt the earth tremble under him.
I'll never forget the tremble in his hand.
blurring of photos caused by camera shake
Alice gave a shiver of delight.
The quake destroyed mud buildings in many remote villages.
She recoiled with a shudder.
He rode off on his bicycle with only a slight wobble.
He felt a tremor in his arm.
I felt a quiver of panic.
The vibration dislodged the pins from the plane's rudder.
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If an object oscillates, it moves repeatedly from one position to another and back again, or keeps getting bigger and smaller.
The needle indicating volume was oscillating wildly.
If you quake, you shake, usually because you are very afraid.
Her shoulders quaked.
Thesaurus for tremble from the Collins English Thesaurus
If you tremble , you shake slightly because you are frightened or cold.