Synonym: quake, quiver, shake, tremble. Similar words: huddle, huddle together, sudden, suddenly, all of a sudden, derived demand, thud, shut. Meaning: ['ʃʌdə(r)] n. 1. an almost pleasurable sensation of fright 2. an involuntary vibration (as if from illness or fear). v. 1. shake, as from cold 2. tremble convulsively, as from fear or excitement.
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1. Just thinking about the accident makes me shudder.
2. I shudder to think how much this is all going to cost .
3. She gave a little shudder when she touched his clammy hand.
4. I shudder to think of the problems ahead of us.
5. She gave a dramatic shudder of repulsion.
6. A cold shudder ran through him.
7. She recoiled with a shudder.
8. The news sent a shudder through the audience.
9. He repressed a shudder of disgust.
10. The building gave a sudden shudder .
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11. He remembered that awful moment with a shudder.
12. She gave an involuntary shudder.
13. The sight of so much blood made him shudder.
14. A shudder of fear ran through him.
15. The elevator rose with a shudder.
16. The sight of the dead body made them shudder.
17. A shudder of pain racked his body.
18. She recalled with a shudder how her boss had once tried to kiss her.
19. The sight of the coffin sent a shudder through him.
20. The next crisis sent a shudder of fear through the UN community.
21. I shudder to think what they'll say when they see the mess the house is in.
22. I shudder to think what my parents will say when I tell them I've failed my exams.
23. A shudder ran through him at the touch of her fingers.
24. I shudder with embarrassment whenever I think I think about it.
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26. The car began to shudder and eventually came to a full stop in front of the church.
27. He gave a slight shudder as he considered how near he had come to death.
28. Another surge of pain in my ankle caused me to give an involuntary shudder.
29. The ugliness of the city would make an aesthete like you shudder.
30. A decision by the Finns to float their currency sent a shudder through the foreign exchanges.
More similar words: huddle, huddle together, sudden, suddenly, all of a sudden, derived demand, thud, shut, wash up, shut out, added, shut down, shuffle, shuttle, hidden, ridden, sodden, finish up, muddy, buddy, trodden, dachshund, puddle, cuddly, cuddle, shuttle bus, buddhism, a good deal, befuddle, befuddled.