Definition of trembly in English:

trembly

Syllabification: trem·bly
Pronunciation: /ˈtremb(ə)lē
 
/

adjective (tremblier, trembliest)

informal
Shaking or quivering involuntarily: her eyes were tearful, her hands trembly she gave a queer trembly laugh
More example sentences
  • The string sample is just hesitant and trembly enough, augmenting Missy's own low-frequency tremolos which are imbued with a troublesome warmth, an open invitation to come back the same jerk that you left as.
  • Even the fact that I'm thinking about them makes my insides go wobbly and my outsides go trembly.
  • I was trembly and felt ill for days afterwards.

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