I do feel very much interested in that singular melancholy woman, said Anne, tremulously.
Else why should the bearers stagger, as they tremulously uphold the coffin?
"If you think I'm so careless you might fill the lamps yourself," she said tremulously.
"Anybody can move that waiter that's a mind to," she said, tremulously.
“Yes, sir,” murmured June tremulously, looking down at the hole in her stocking.
"You may understand some things before that," Mrs. Adams said, tremulously.
He gathered her hand into his, and laid down his head upon it, kissing it tremulously.
"You can; oh, I'm sure you can," the girl went on tremulously.
My mother smiled, patiently it seemed to me; the Duchess was tremulously radiant; Bederhof obviously benign.
"You have not asked me anything, Lucy," said he, tremulously.
tremulous trem·u·lous (trěm'yə-ləs)
Characterized by tremor.