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trembly

[trem-blee] /ˈtrɛm bli/
adjective, tremblier, trembliest.
1.
quivering; tremulous; shaking.
Origin
1840-1850
1840-50; tremble + -y1
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  • Beck's voice in his religious interludes shifts from the usual silken tenor to something weak and trembly.
  • trembly also provided building plans for the properties' connection to the sanitary system.

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