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Definition of "quaking" []

  • The action of the verb to quake. (noun)
  • That shakes or shivers. (adjective)
  • Present participle of quake. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "quaking" in a sentence
  • "The term quaking bog is derived from the quaking sensation one feels while walking across these floating vegetative mats."
  • "I even went to the trouble of keying out the Latin name thank God for guidebooks and found that it’s exactly the same species of tree: Populus tremuloides, or what we call quaking aspen."
  • "But just as the audience is luxuriating in his admirableness, Don tries to buck up Peggy, still quaking from the scolding he gave her, by telling her to “go home, put your curlers in …” It’s the kind of casually sexist remark that makes today’s viewers squirm."