Rather than risk creating a “tremulous” signature, Lincoln instead commenced massaging his giant hands together.
That tremulous “uhhhh,” which lasted more than a full second, gave the game away.
This year that tremulous feeling of going to the airport became different.
He turned his head toward the little orchestra, which was playing a low and tremulous waltz tune.
The bridge was tremulous beneath me, and marked the tremor of the solid earth.
The girl gave a frightened cry, then a tremulous little sob of joy.
"It was my father's sword," replied Theseus, with a tremulous voice.
As he said this, the hunter raised his curved horn to his lips and blew a long, tremulous blast.
He was looking down, and gnawing at that tremulous upper lip.
She cuddled against the Harvester and lifting a tremulous white hand, drew it across his unshaven cheek.
tremulous trem·u·lous (trěm'yə-ləs)
Characterized by tremor.