Adjective "Quaking" Definition and Examples


    Adjective:

    Quaking


    Definition:

    1. (of persons) to shake or tremble from cold, weakness, fear, anger, or the like: He spoke boldly even though his legs were quaking.

    2. (of things) to shake or tremble, as from shock, internal convulsion, or instability: The earth suddenly began to quake. noun

    3. an earthquake.

    4. a trembling or tremulous agitation.

    Origin:
    quake

    Examples:

    "pots can be quaking."

    "grasses can be quaking."

    "valleys can be quaking."

    "turfs can be quaking."

    "terrorists can be quaking."

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