tremulous
adjective Etymology: Latin tremulus — more at tremble Date: 1611 1. characterized by or affected with trembling or tremors 2. affected with timidity ; timorous 3. such as is or might be caused by nervousness or shakiness <
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tremulous handwriting
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4. exceedingly sensitive ; easily shaken or disordered • tremulously adverbtremulousness noun

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