How To Use Shuddering In A Sentence

  • This policy could bring that programme to a shuddering halt. Times, Sunday Times
  • To him however that feels the same disgust and loathing, the same unutterable shuddering, as I feel, start up within him and shoot through his whole frame at the sight of them, these miscreate deformities, such as toads, beetles, or that most nauseous of all Nature's abortions, the bat, are not indifferent or insignificant: their very existence is a state of direct enmity and warfare against his. The Old Man of the Mountain, The Lovecharm and Pietro of Abano Tales from the German of Tieck
  • A moment later, the dead boy's chest heaved in a last agonal gasp, a deep groan shuddering his body, his bed, my soul. Titrate until comfortable
  • Alexis, violently shuddering, stood half hidden by her stepfather's bulk, a scarecrow in Craig's navy blazer. A THEORY OF RELATIVITY
  • The morning light was diffused to a mucky orange by the pollution of the shuddering city.
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  • His head throbbed with sharp stabs of pain, he couldn't seem to stop shaking and his breath came in long, shuddering wheezes.
  • Sometimes a shuddering terror struck him, as if he had been the author of the doom.
  • Shuddering with fear and anticipation at the prospect of the weekend ahead, she risked opening her eyes again.
  • Above them they saw the bulldozer lurching and shuddering slantwise down the torn edge of cliff. COUP D'ETAT
  • Upon this noblest youth -- so far in advance of his rude and turbulent time -- throw a horror that no philosophy, birth, nor training can resist -- one of those weights beneath which all humanity bows shuddering; cast over him a stifling dream, where only the soul can act, and the limbs refuse their offices; have him pushed along by Fate to the lowering, ruinous catastrophe; and you see the dramatic chainwork of a part which he who would enact Hamlet must fulfil. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 17, No. 103, May, 1866
  • Your inner Jack Nicholson pounds around in circles in your head, swearing and shuddering, decrying your overuse of the word snagged and your repetitive and/or awkward sentence structure. where I work...
  • The Grimm Ambient drags even lower with ‘Bathory,’ starting with thudding subharmonics, spreading out and shuddering to reluctant end.
  • She snapped, taking a deep, shuddering breath.
  • They chew hasheesh; cut themselves with poisoned creases; swing their hammock in the boughs of the Bohon Upas; taste every poison; buy every secret; at Naples, they put St. Januarius’ blood in an alembic; they saw a hole into the head of the “winking Virgin, ” to know why she winks; measure with an English footrule every cell of the Inquisition, every Turkish caaba, every Holy of holies; translate and send to Bentley the arcanum bribed and bullied away from shuddering Bramins; and measure their own strength by the terror they cause. VIII. English Traits. Character
  • Igniting with unstoppable force, the whole shuddering plot accumulates volume on a logarithmic scale before its explosive, bunker busting climax.
  • He was a little unlucky to only finish fourth in the Tingle Creek after a shuddering error when setting a blistering pace. The Sun
  • He slumped against the windows, taking a deep shuddering breath.
  • Peaceful cities are affrighted by the crack of rifles and the snarl of machine-guns, and the hearts of the shuddering are shaken by the roar of dynamite. WANTED: A NEW LAW OF DEVELOPMENT
  • What happens next still has me shuddering and recoiling with horror.
  • This policy could bring that programme to a shuddering halt. Times, Sunday Times
  • She breathed in and out in long shuddering breaths.
  • She pulled away from my grasp and leaned against the nearest tree, shuddering and gasping for breath as she sobbed into her hands.
  • Her shuddering lessened, and her expression calmed. Deep Kiss Of Winter
  • These white hulks, so Coyote told them, came shuddering down the arroyo when spring floods sent a muddy fury rioting between the banks. A PLAGUE OF ANGELS
  • They had driven off from the pumps without paying but their getaway came to a shuddering halt when they barely made it off the forecourt. The Sun
  • I recognised him and tried to say something but just ended up shuddering and gasping breaths, hyperventilating.
  • He gave a shuddering sigh, and bent his body into a fetal position.
  • She took another shuddering breath as she placed her head under the running water and allowed it to soak her hair.
  • But the sombre peace is shattered when a bomb blast is heard shuddering in the distance and the spooks must answer the call of duty.
  • He drew a deep shuddering breath, cursing with every ounce of his soul the hallmark of the Elven race that gave him the memories of his parents' lives as they themselves had lived them.
  • Let there be an end of this shy, proud reserve on the one hand, and this shuddering fine ladyism on the other; and we think we shall find both ourselves and the College bettered. Lay Morals
  • The shrewmouse eyes me shudderingly, then flees; and, worse than that, Fly Leaves
  • She joined him shortly afterwards, shuddering and knotting the shawl at her throat as the wintry breeze hit her warm skin.
  • He remembered Thelma's shuddering repugnance at the sight of her, -- a repugnance which he himself had shared -- and which made him shrink with fastidious aversion, from the idea of confiding to any one but Sir Philip, the miserable secret of his connection with her. Thelma
  • This one stood shuddering with cold for a minute or two, head hanging, before he slowly raised his gloved hands and fumbled at the fastenings of his cloak.
  • With that our rally has ground to a shuddering halt. Times, Sunday Times
  • Jake awoke instantly, shuddering and gasping for breath.
  • The normally high-speed Channel Tunnel service was brought shuddering to a halt on Friday by what a British spokesman called a fall of "fluffier" than expected snow, amid widespread chaos across the rest of the transport network. Dose.ca Music briefs
  • The Welshman took a deep, shuddering breath, yet when he spoke his voice was steady.
  • It has its wild and demonic forms and can sink to an almost grisly horror and shuddering. Sociology and Religion: A Collection of Readings
  • Ollie put his arms gently round Jean's shuddering body and lightly kissed the top of her head.
  • The factors bringing the age of cheap food to such a shuddering halt are well understood. Times, Sunday Times
  • shudderingly, she acknowledged to herself that she dared not face what lay before her
  • The shuddering din, in the enclosed yard, alerted the three-man staff in the prison office, from which a door was flung open. BARRACUDA 945
  • After relating the bare facts of the suicide decades later, Dan looked away, shuddering to keep his composure.
  • I drew her down and we went to work sidestroke-like, while she nibbled and bit at my ears and chin and lips, gasping and shuddering like the expert trollop she was; I remember thinking, as she gave her final practised heave and sob, Susie was right: with another nineteen like this we'll be able to buy California after a year or two; maybe I'll stay about for a while. Isabelle
  • They had driven off from the pumps without paying but their getaway came to a shuddering halt when they barely made it off the forecourt. The Sun
  • The tears spilled over and Faith turned away as she found herself racked by shuddering breaths.
  • I closed my eyes, trying to calm myself down, trying to forget the horror of the nightmare, and took one deep shuddering breath.
  • I also noticed some body flex due to loss of structural rigidity with the whole car shuddering over potholes in the roads.
  • She took a shuddering gasp and hacked a few good coughs.
  • That thought of being so scared and undeceived, strangely shuddering with doubt gave her a rude awakening to something she never had experienced before.
  • A tetanic convulsion wracked Spock's body, arching his spine and forcing from him a shuddering, anguished scream. THE SEARCH FOR SPOCK
  • And they are huge: a humungous hall of cranking, shuddering, cacophonous boilers and turbines. Times, Sunday Times
  • Putting the glass back down on the table, he let his gaze settle on Ali as she leant back in her chair, closing her eyes and shuddering slightly as the burning sensation spread throughout her body.
  • Anne checked her pulse, shuddering at the ideas behind her mother's lurid visions. THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS
  • With the Greyhound shuddering and jolting, the pilot inches the aircraft across the deck towards the waiting catapult.
  • Which would really suck – pregnant for eternity ? I'm shuddering at the thought.
  • I was still feeling fearfully sick and giddy, and my right ear seemed to have gone deaf with the cannonading, but as I leaned against the pole, shuddering, one thought kept crowding gloriously into my mind: I was alive, and in one piece. The Sky Writer
  • She drew a deep, shuddering breath and let it out with a shaky sigh.
  • After his appetite had been somewhat cloyed, Prince, shuddering as he did so, passed him a mug of weak beef tea. An Odyssey of the North
  • She took it slowly drew it from the scabbard, and while the ladies who stood around turned away their eyes with real or affected shuddering, she noted with a curious eye the high polish and rich, damasked ornaments upon the glittering blade. Kenilworth
  • There was no reproach in his shuddering sobs; only sorrow, only the desolation and eternal heart-ache of that which loves mightily, unrequitedly, and realizes that all it desires can never, never be. The Eternal Maiden
  • They chew hasheesh; cut themselves with poisoned creases; swing their hammock in the boughs of the Bohon Upas; taste every poison; buy every secret; at Naples, they put St. Januarius's blood in an alembic; they saw a hole into the head of the "winking Virgin," to know why she winks; measure with an English footrule every cell of the Inquisition, every Turkish caaba, every Holy of holies; translate and send to Bentley the arcanum bribed and bullied away from shuddering Bramins; and measure their own strength by the terror they cause. English Traits (1856)
  • Taking a deep, shuddering breath, she whispered, ‘It was horrifying.’
  • With that our rally has ground to a shuddering halt. Times, Sunday Times
  • She was sweating; her entire body thrummed with fear and nausea, shuddering against the strong desire to punch the gas, to drive as fast as she could. A Light at Winter’s End
  • The Autralian, still shuddering from the ex - plosion, jerked underfoot, rolled, yawed swiftly. The Heirs of Babylon
  • It lifted its hands in weak defense, shuddering with an astonishing, dry simulacrum of pain. DEAD LINES
  • Mina took a deep, shuddering breath, and sobbed.
  • He was shuddering uncontrollably and his body was racked with spasms.
  • The aircraft shuddering and its reduced controllability severely compounded the difficulty of the instrument flight.
  • He waits as Ian takes in a deep and shuddering breath then opens his eyes as commanded.
  • Pirates of the Caribbean smacks its comedy up against bone-shuddering battles and, like even the worst pirate capers, has ships of great beauty.
  • With that our rally has ground to a shuddering halt. Times, Sunday Times
  • The anguish that she felt came pouring out and she cried, shuddering as the sobs wracked her body.
  • I lifted up a hand to wipe them away as took a deep shuddering breath.
  • Milo's coughing fit passed, and he lay back down on the bed, breathing deep, shuddering breaths.
  • Ramsey was already dangerously distended, as an effect of the earlier part of her discourse, and the word "fastidious" almost exploded him; but upon the climax, "Dora Yocum," he blew up with a shattering report and, leaving fragments of incoherence ricocheting behind him, fled shuddering from the house. Ramsey Milholland
  • His emerald eyes opened again after he had taken a deep, shuddering breath, but he would not let his sight fall on the weapon in her grasp.
  • I imagine if any proper Springsteen fans are reading they'll be shuddering at that.
  • He goes to the window and there it is, a sparkling, shuddering locomotive, with writing on the side: POLAR EXPRESS.
  • As for male parts I prefer "dink" over "penis" and I especially hate "cock" ... shudder. speaking of shuddering, today when I asked Holly how her dinner at All You Can Eat Sushi went, she said "I ate so much I shivered" and I laughed for so long. withkerth Diary Entry
  • Sipped or swallowed, it went shuddering through its new home and branched out in patterns--- or so it seemed after the second glass--- like the ice-ferns that covered the window panes, but radiating warmth and happiness instead of cold, and carrying a ghostly message of comfort to the uttermost fimbria . . . Archive 2007-06-01
  • She did not make a sound, but began to shake, head still in her hands; short, convulsive bursts of shuddering. AT THE STROKE OF TWELVE
  • Picture a flock of birds alighting from the writer’s brain and converging inside the reader, this strange shuddering weight settling on the branches of the reader’s mind. A Conversation with Karen Russell author of St. Lucy’s Home for Girls Raised by Wolves
  • Drawing in a deep, shuddering breath, he brushed away his tears and tried to shake the cold, bitter feeling that had settled within him.
  • She made a low noise: not a purr, not quite a growl and I released a shuddering breath into the encompassing warmth of her fur.
  • said Quaver, shuddering at the thought of such desecration. THE ANCIENT AND SOLITARY REIGN
  • David brought the truck to a shuddering stop.
  • The morning light was diffused to a mucky orange by the pollution of the shuddering city.
  • Suddenly a shuddering blade of air slices it in half.
  • He was a little unlucky to only finish fourth in the Tingle Creek after a shuddering error when setting a blistering pace. The Sun
  • It was Aubrey's turn to sigh, a soft, elongated, shuddering noise. THE LAST RAVEN
  • The factors bringing the age of cheap food to such a shuddering halt are well understood. Times, Sunday Times
  • Joe McElderry – Shuddering nonentity from the north-east. X Factor Final Betting Odds – Journey South Odds
  • It has its wild and demonic forms and can sink to an almost grisly horror and shuddering. Sociology and Religion: A Collection of Readings
  • Two or three, including the owner, sprawled in the cockpit, shuddering when the yacht lifted and raced and sank dizzily into the trough, and between-whiles regarding the shore with yearning eyes. The King of the Greeks
  • He took a deep breath, shuddering, and tried again.
  • With that our rally has ground to a shuddering halt. Times, Sunday Times
  • She curled into a ball, shuddering as her imagination began conjuring the torture methods that she had heard rumors of.
  • Nor's eyes widened with surprise and he let out a short, shuddering breath.
  • Describing an object, sentiment or situation which is cute in a sickly, laughable, boring, old, shudderingly childish and overly sweet way.
  • Shuddering violently, I grabbed Josh by both shoulders, and turned him around facing the cobwebbed skeleton.
  • Carol was shuddering with the vicarious shame which sensitive people feel when they listen to an "elocutionist" being humorous, or to a precocious child publicly doing badly what no child should do at all. Main Street
  • The wind was driving the rain at acute angles, and the windows were shuddering from the thunder.
  • Their departure was hastened by an abnormally cold winter: one shudderingly cold day succeeded another.
  • There are tables and oddments of the depressing sort we can all remember shudderingly from the house of a grandparent or great-grandparent, which remind us why later generations decried the Victorian aesthetic. A Self-Conscious Pursuit of Beauty in Art
  • He could feel the ship shuddering under him as its computers tried to adjust to the moment by moment shift in gravitational (and magnetic) interflow. The Battle of Forever
  • He was a little unlucky to only finish fourth in the Tingle Creek after a shuddering error when setting a blistering pace. The Sun
  • With natural gas prices skyrocketing this winter, people aren't just shuddering from the cold - they're quaking at the thought of coming energy bills.
  • Shuddering at the thought of the comfortless journey ahead, he started to look around for somewhere to pass the night.
  • But his hopes of reaching the top in the game came shuddering to a halt when he tested positive for drugs and was banned from football for six months.
  • After relating the bare facts of the suicide decades later, Dan looked away, shuddering to keep his composure.
  • Everything above the ground seemed to be vibrating, shuddering, clashing, hissing and whistling.
  • Mrs. Bauer's stumpy frame is shaken by shuddering sobs and her little girl, hanging onto her skirt, looks up with a puckered face, ready to cry with her mother.
  • It has its wild and demonic forms and can sink to an almost grisly horror and shuddering. Sociology and Religion: A Collection of Readings
  • The floor was shuddering beneath us.
  • The mules brayed in fear as the cart driver hauled back on the reigns, bringing the wagon to a shuddering halt.
  • She was shaking now, her whole body shuddering in tight, agonised MIDNIGHT IS A LONELY PLACE
  • I took a deep breath, letting it out with a shuddering sigh.
  • Alyssa's whole body was shuddering, and Pinine could almost hear her pulse beating out a frantic tattoo.
  • Turkey has been shuddering in the tumult of recent weeks. Times, Sunday Times
  • Which would really suck – pregnant for eternity ? I'm shuddering at the thought.
  • There may be tears grimaces, shuddering, clenching of hands or defensive postures.
  • And then did we, the seven, start from our seats in horror, and stand trembling, and shuddering, and aghast, for the tones in the voice of the shadow were not the tones of any one being, but of a multitude of beings, and, varying in their cadences from syllable to syllable fell duskly upon our ears in the well-remembered and familiar accents of many thousand departed friends. The Works of Edgar Allan Poe — Volume 4
  • Her dear young lady, as she called Marian, was not dead -- not lying at the bottom of that cruel river, at which Ellen had often looked with a shuddering horror, of late, thinking of what might be. Fenton's Quest

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