Then it came—a sound that made the boy "creep" all over it was so shuddery!
Be brave now, for my story is going to be truly sombre and shuddery.
As he approached her she observed a look on his face that gave her a shuddery chill.
Then with a quick, shuddery blink her eyes came flashing back wetly and wistfully to the unsolved, inscrutable face before her.
Slowly the warmth of the brandy died away, and, despite the heat, he felt chill and shuddery.
This particular news story seemed more frightening than most, but still it was taken more or less as shuddery entertainment.
Jerry began to feel sort of shuddery inside and his mouth puckered up the way it did when he felt like crying.
Age-old traditions invested it with shuddery horror for anyone born in the hot, luxuriant southern plains.
It was an unholy thing, no doubt, yet it held me with a shuddery fascination.
Doesn't it make you feel lovely and shuddery to belong to a Wicked Compact!