Definition of atremble in English:

atremble

Syllabification: a·trem·ble
Pronunciation: /əˈtrembəl
 
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adjective

[predicative] literary
Trembling: the breeze failed to set a single leaf atremble
More example sentences
  • With Britain atremble with the thought of another summer of voyeuristic frenzy, Channel 4 was pumping out story after story about the adventures of the 10 new housemates.
  • Given the sheer volume of these texts, and their kaleidoscopic content, the very thought of plunging into them leaves even the most determined researcher atremble.
  • And so I spent the night, atremble, convinced that I had obliterated the school.

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