Tremblors'

trembler

[trem-bler]
noun
1.
a person or thing that trembles.
2.
an oscine bird, Cinclocerthia ruficauda, of the Lesser Antilles, related to the thrashers, noted for its habit of trembling violently.
3.
Also, tremblor. Informal. a temblor.

Origin:
1545–55; tremble + -er1

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trembler (ˈtrɛmblə)
 
n
electrical engineering a device that vibrates to make or break an electrical circuit

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