tremorless

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tremor (ˈtrɛmə)
 
n
1.  an involuntary shudder or vibration, as from illness, fear, shock, etc
2.  any trembling or quivering movement
3.  a vibrating or trembling effect, as of sound or light
4.  Also called: earth tremor a minor earthquake
 
vb
5.  (intr) to tremble
 
[C14: from Latin: a shaking, from tremere to tremble, quake]
 
'tremorless
 
adj
 
'tremorous
 
adj

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