The old man was trying to keep them off with both hands, but the hands were very wrinkled and trembly.
They were trembly, wrinkled hands, gnarled in their knuckles, corded on their backs.
Which makes all the rest of us go sort of cold and trembly all over, like a rabbit smelling fresh lettuce.
"There is no pocket," he said at last in a voice that was trembly, all ready to cry.
Mr. Keeler turned it up, making a trembly job of the turning.
And Hank, bein' all trembly from spreein' in town, he says, 'You're all agin me!'
Along about nine oclock, Badger said in a low, trembly voice: Whatd you fellers do to me, if I got well?
She knelt on the cold radiator and watched him out of sight, and then got trembly all over and fell to snivelling.
And Alice put her arm round Noel and tried to cheer him up, but he was all trembly, and as white as paper.
She sot thar ez upright an' trembly ez me; jes' ez skeered, an' jes' about ez little chance.