Dorothy opened her eyes and laughed, but with a tremulousness in her mirth.
The barber, noticing his tremulousness, held the mirror for him.
There was no tremulousness in his voice or manner; nothing hurried, nothing simulated.
There was a tremulousness about her, and shadows under her eyes.
The nervous system shows the strain it has borne by a tremulousness of the hand and of the lip, in man as well as in woman.
We often ask this question with hope that is tremulous—or it may be with tremulousness that is hopeful.
The whole of me was caught up in the accents of that tremulousness.
Sam emitted a sigh that was a trifle too emphatic in its tremulousness.
But now there is a tremulousness in his tones that you never remember observing before.
When she sat down the light disclosed a tremulousness as pronounced as McDonald's.
tremulous trem·u·lous (trěm'yə-ləs)
Characterized by tremor.