[ UK /d‍ʒˈʌdɐ/ ]
  1. shake or vibrate rapidly and intensively
    The old engine was juddering
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How To Use judder In A Sentence

  • Beware: all suffer their fair share of juddery, poorly pixelated footage. Times, Sunday Times
  • Eventually, it creaked to a juddering, shrieking stop and a huge door, rust-pitted, streaked with red and belled outwards with age ground slowly aside.
  • The plane juddered skyward, helped no doubt by the mental efforts of 100 twitchy passengers willing it into the air.
  • Once the judder settles down, the film becomes more watchable, but no one is likely to praise the clear video quality.
  • But the johns0 guide for this also puts the audio at a higher and unnatural pitch: playing NTSC discs on PAL equipment often results in jerky / juddery artifacts, VideoHelp.com Forum
  • Occasionally there was a judder as some obstruction was struck.
  • I am concerned about picture 'judder' and 'flicker' in some of my videos when viewed on TV, and will try to explain what I am seeing against what I would like to see. VideoHelp.com Forum
  • The car was juddering and vibrating as if it would explode.
  • The tensions between the trio are given natural awkwardness, matched by juddery, low-fi camerawork. Times, Sunday Times
  • What is new is that after decades of reasonably steady increase, earnings growth has come to a juddering halt. Times, Sunday Times
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