Word usage examples
Awakening at dawn when the first pale light was flowing in through the open window, I was enchanted to hear the trill of a bird-song, tremulous and ethereally sweet, the love-call of some unknown melodist to its mate.
Woods and fields are tremulous at twilight with the shimmering of white saltant forms, and immemorial Ocean yields up curious sights beneath thin moons.
I remembered Us face under the white lights of the parking lot, the tremulous lilt in his voice when he called seeing Spangler a gift from God, a second chance to set things right.
There was this time no affectation in the tremulous lips and the troublous, unsteady eyes.
Months after the first words came, unbidden and tremulous, he admitted to himself that he had wasted his life.
PANTHEA: These solid mountains quiver with the sound Even as the tremulous air: their shadows make The space within my plumes more black than night.
With a tremulous hand he shook one of the powders into the glass and gulped it down with the whisky.
Still following the note of the bell, they entered the shade of those woods, lighted only by the moonbeams, that glided down between the leaves, and threw a tremulous uncertain gleam upon the steep track they were winding.
Only when Lord Dietrich moved to comfort the lad and speak to him softly did the young man stiffen, clench his hands, and lift his chin with tremulous pride as a sour-faced cleric hacked off his beautiful hair.
Start to the softened, tremulous bugle-blare Of that Caesarean Italian Across the storied fields of trampled grain, As to a Vercingetorix of old Gaul Blowing the rally against a Caesar's reign.