trembly [trem-blee] ExamplesWord Origin adjective, trem·bli·er, trem·bli·est.
- quivering; tremulous; shaking.
Origin of trembly First recorded in 1840–50;+ Examples from the Web for trembly Historical Examples of trembly
Mr. Keeler turned it up, making a trembly job of the turning.
Joseph Crosby Lincoln
They were trembly, wrinkled hands, gnarled in their knuckles, corded on their backs.
Irvin S. Cobb
Then she sighed and turned toward the fire with a trembly, unnerved feeling.
“There is no pocket,” he said at last in a voice that was trembly, all ready to cry.
And Hank, bein’ all trembly from spreein’ in town, he says, ‘You’re all agin me!’