Some of these waves are what we feel when the ground beneath our feet moves during a quake.
Below, a waterworks at Tokyo Disneyland gets interrupted by the 8.9 quake.
Many Japanese have memories of the Kobe quake in 1995, which killed 6,400.
Five days after the quake, millions of people are waiting on long lines for basic necessities and fuel.
Brangelina announced a $1 million donation to Haiti quake victims.
You'll see the plants which make me quake; you'll see the springs, such a shower of water!
She surveyed us both with a scorn in her eyes that made us quake a little.
They had attempted him no harm, and he had ceased to quake and snarl when one of them passed near.
It got to be so that whatever we touched began to quake and quiver.
The two lads could feel her quiver and quake under the concussion like a live thing.
Old English cwacian "quake, tremble, chatter (of teeth)," related to cweccan "to shake, swing, move, vibrate," of unknown origin with no certain cognates outside English. Perhaps somehow imitative. In reference to earth tremors, probably by c.1200. Related: Quaked; quaking.