shaking

[ UK /ʃˈe‍ɪkɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈʃeɪkɪŋ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a shaky motion
    the shaking of his fingers as he lit his pipe
  2. the act of causing something to move up and down (or back and forth) with quick movements
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How To Use shaking In A Sentence

  • Among techniques clearly described to us is his camerawork, which is presented during an early description of the symptoms of anxiety: nausea, shaking, loss of balance and distorted vision. Mike says ANTI-CHRIST is shocking, disgusting, frightening and will leave you feeling uncomfortable. But that’s kind of the point! | Obsessed With Film
  • It was a strange spectacle to see the two former enemies shaking hands and slapping each other on the back.
  • "Why?" he asks, shaking his head and smiling incredulously.
  • It was passed through history by the Shaking Quakers, the Shakers, and that particular song is a call to simplicity, which is very interesting.
  • There are different preparations of this drink, but I like the traditional way of shaking everything but the creme de mure, and then drizzling the liqueur on top. Cocktails That Complete Me: The Bramble
  • Shaking my hand out of the jar, I started to stand and rewrap the sandwiches. THE MANANA MAN
  • “You let him alone, ” he shouted to the people, shaking his hat at them; “let Professor Riis alone. X. The Summons on Mount Marcy
  • Tibetans around me were shaking their heads in sadness, because they were fearful for him, and others were openly agreeing with him. Kate Saunders: Pictures From Tibet That Tell a Story of Courage
  • When I came to it was to find myself on the floor with my orderly shaking me.
  • So we're given the impression of Connor's leg shaking and his voice wobbling.
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