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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtremuloustrem‧u‧lous /ˈtremjələs/ adjective literary  SHAKEshaking slightly, especially because you are nervous a tremulous voicetremulously adverb
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tremulousTurning to leave he saw a jiffy-bag of formidable bulk addressed to himself in Sixsmith's tremulous hand.The bride spoke her vows with tremulous modesty.I smile at his tremulous respect mixed with greediness.With a brief, tremulous smile at Melissa, she trailed meekly behind him.If so, you are taking your own first tremulous steps into fiction.
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