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1. I began to tremble uncontrollably.
2. His lip started to tremble and then he started to cry.
3. Clear and bright pupil, the MI, long eyelash tremble slightly, white flawless skin with light pink, thin lips like rose petals delicate drips.
4. He felt the earth tremble under him.
5. There was a tremble in his voice.
6. The thought made him tremble inside.
7. There was a tremble in her voice.
8. The leaves tremble in the breeze.
9. I tremble at the thought of what may happen.
10. I tremble to think of the consequences.
11. His remarks struck a tremble into her heart.
12. I tremble to think what will happen when he finds out.
13. I tremble to think what will happen when she finds out.
14. His voice started to tremble and I thought he was going to cry.
15. "Please understand this," she began, a tremble in her voice.
16. There was a slight tremble in her voice as she recalled her husband.
17. I tremble to think of it.sentencedict.com/tremble.html
18. Jessamy discovered that she had begun to tremble.
19. Let the ruling classes tremble at a Communist revolution.
20. A red hot rage that made his hands tremble.
21. His neck curls; his nostrils flare and tremble.
22. He shivered again, and began to tremble violently.
23. And there on the floor she began to tremble.
24. Nameless fears made her tremble.
25. I felt my bottom lip beginning to tremble.
26. Then, suddenly, he began to tremble.
27. His mouth became dry, his eyes widened, and he began to tremble all over.
28. I will never forget the look on the patient's face, the tremble in his hand.
29. Then suddenly she gave a low, choking moan and began to tremble violently.
30. Suddenly she gave a low, choking moan and began to tremble violently.
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