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Definition of "shuddery" [shuddery]

  • Characterized by shuddering motions. (adjective)

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Use "shuddery" in a sentence
  • "It was a spectacle almost as impressive as that of the falls, and in some ways, as the car skimmed along the brink of these mighty precipices, it was even more "shuddery," as Elsie expressed it."
  • "It is rather shuddery, however, to speculate on the terrible assortment of cutting, gouging, jabbing and slashing weapons with which the mutineers are able to equip themselves from the carpenter's shop."
  • "I had that sort of shuddery instant recoil response as to me it just didn't look or feel like a book."