|trembling, quivering, shaking||trembly|
|act of causing to move back and forth; trembling, rapid back and forth movement; agitation||shaking|
|act of joggling; jolt; gentle back and forth movement, swaying, jiggling, join with joggle, jar; gently move back and forth, jiggle, shake slightly; cause to sway or jiggle, masonry joint, shaking action||joggle|
|act of pushing or shaking, jostling; moving at a jog, trotting; running as a form of exercise, running as exercise||jogging|
|act of rocking, be filled with rock music, bring to a state by rocking, have strong beat, play or dance to rock music, roughen copper plate, shake or tremble, shock, stone; rock music; back and forth movement, shaking; diamond (Slang), sway to and fro,...||rock|
|act of shaking forcefully; act of shaking in order to ascertain the presence of a fluid in the thorax or in another body cavity (Medicine)||succussion|
|act of shaking, become by shaking, clasp hands as greeting, earthquake, fissure or crack, get rid of something, handshake, make somebody less confident, milk shake, mix by moving back and forth quickly; tremble, quiver; agitate, upset, distress; totter...||shake|
|act of shivering, act of quivering, act of trembling (from cold, fear, etc.), shaking, shuddering, quaking||shivering|
|anxiety, public campaigning, shaking, stirring up, disturbing; perturbation, excitement; unrest, turmoil||agitation|
|any of a number of poplar trees (found in Europe and America), poplar with shaking leaves||aspen|
|apprehension, trembling, tremulous agitation or fear; trembling movement||trepidation|
|arrow case, arrows, shiver, quake, tremble, shudder, shudder; case for carrying arrows, trembling movement||quiver|
|be afraid, involuntarily shaking with short jerking movements, shiver, quiver, quivering, shake involuntarily with short jerking movements, quiver; fear, be apprehensive, shake slightly but uncontrollably, vibrate||tremble|
|beating or pounding of the heart; trembling, quivering; shivering, quaking, fast or irregular heartbeat||palpitation|
|bell that a person holds in the hand and is rung by shaking, small bell rung by shaking||handbell|
|buffet, shaking of aircraft||buffeting|
|causing to tremble, causing to shake, characterized by trembling||shuddery|
|characterized by trembling, quivering, frightened, fearful||tremulous|
|characterized by trembling, tending to shiver; causing shivers, causing trembling; breaking easily, brittle, fragile||shivery|
|chemise, dance the shimmy, dance the shimmy (style of jazz dance); wobble, vibrate (as of vehicle tires), move shakingly, popular 1920s dance, style of jazz dance from the 1920s characterized by rhythmic shaking of the shoulders and hips; abnormal vibr...||shimmy|
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