Noun(1) an almost pleasurable sensation of fright(2) an involuntary vibration (as if from illness or fear
Verb(1) shake, as from cold(2) tremble convulsively, as from fear or excitement
(1) You may be wondering why anyone in their right mind would stay on talk to their friend until two in the morning, and you might shudder to think how long the phone bill will be next month.(2) It's not like an experience where people shudder or run away from the camera when they see you.(3) In terms of our community and what we do and what it takes to get people in and off property, and I would shudder to think what it would take to do that in the middle of the night.(4) Most people shudder at the thought of positive eugenics.(5) His name was virtually unknown to the rest of society, but the horror stories that had been created by him made even grown men shudder to think about.(6) Each time he would shudder with fear and with sickness from the drugs, and he would swear to change.(7) So, I gave a little shudder , and turned back to my tasks in hand, including a little watercolour painting.(8) People shudder at the thought of them and turn away.(9) You may shudder to learn that the government has revised its hurricane forecast for the season that began June 1 for the worst.(10) Second, the oh-so-vile taste of the beer - I still shudder at the memory from last night.(11) I do shudder to think of how the teams such as the one described in this article would have reacted to such pressure.(12) the elevator rose with a shudder(13) I'd shudder to think what the daily uniform would look like if they had one.(14) As he approached the spot he said he heard ├ö├ç├┐a sort of a shudder and bump├ö├ç├û.(15) Many women who were once prostitutes shudder when they look back on their experience.(16) A tremor rose up inside me, somewhat like a shudder or shiver, but I wasn't cold or afraid.