Definition of "trembly" [trembly]

  • In a trembling or shaking state (adjective)

Wiktionary.org : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "trembly" in a sentence
  • "When I first heard that there was to be a Saw IV, I felt a kind of trembly panic deep in my gut."
  • "Other horses were brought up for the girls to ride, as they were too weak and "trembly" to walk."
  • "I 'm glad I have 'a rare style of beauty,' and I 'm glad my father 's rich, so I can have lovely clothes and -- Seems to me any one ought to see that I' m prettier than that old lady over there; she 's all bent over and wrinkled, and when she talks her voice is all kind of trembly, and her eyes are as dim --"