They shudder from the mere thought that Rabbi Amar's admonition may come about and Israel will turn into a theocracy.
When they succeed in killing Americans, the country will shudder, as it did after the attack on Fort Hood, and move on.
(shudder) He should be stopped, even though it may be too late.
shudder as you may at those eight legs, this one makes a bit more sense.
With those words, a shudder passed through the current crop of GOP contenders.
Good thought with half a shudder that he would not care to have Furniss on his trail.
I used to like him when I was a child; now I shudder at his name.
Do not shudder at the idea of changing your religion, for I insist on your professing none other but the Musulman.
Do you not look on the past with a shudder at the precipice on which you stood?
The drop of blood on Gulnare's fair brow makes him shudder, and almost forget that it was to save him that she became guilty.
early 14c., possibly from Middle Dutch schuderen "to shudder," or Middle Low German schoderen, both frequentative forms from Proto-Germanic *skuth- "to shake." Related: Shuddered; shuddering.
c.1600, from shudder (v.).