- What does it mean when you shudder?
- Can you shudder from pleasure?
- What are synonyms of shuddered?
- What kind of word is shuddering?
- What is opposite of shudder?
- What is the antonym of shudder?
- Is it shudder or shutter?
- What does it mean when someone walks over your grave?
- Does shuttered mean closed?
- What does it mean to jar someone?
- What does shattered heart mean?
- What are shudders on a house?
- What is the most appropriate synonym of the word shuddering?
- How do you use shudder in a sentence?
- What does a rabbit ran over my grave mean?
- What does aunt Alexandra mean when she says somebody just walked over my grave?
- What is a Jared?
- What’s the hick mean?
- What is an antonym for shudder?
- How do you use sneak in a sentence?
- Why do houses have fake shutters?
- What does heartbreak feel like for a man?
- What is dying of a broken heart called?
- What does a pinprick of apprehension mean?
- What does it mean when someone walks on your grave?
- What does it mean when you say someone just walked over my grave?
- What’s the meaning of Enoch?
- What is a Jacob?
- What does gooder mean?
- What does it mean to be in hock?
If you shudder, you shake with fear, horror, or disgust, or because you are cold.
A shudder isn’t always a bad thing. It can mean a pleasurable sensation or tingle that goes through your body, like a shudder of excitement you feel when you see your favorite star on the street. As a verb, shudder means to shake and shiver.
trembling or quivering with fear, dread, cold, etc. Also shud·der·y. characterized by or causing a shudder: a shuddering plunge of the ship.
ˈʃʌdɝ) Tremble convulsively, as from fear or excitement. Antonyms. braveness bravery nervelessness daring hardiness. shiver tremble throb.
What is the opposite of shudder?steadybe stillmendagreestillnessconfrontquietpleaseplacatebe calm
shutter. Shudder refers to shaking, both as a noun and a verb. Shutter refers to closing something, whether the coverings of a window or a part of a camera.
someone (has) walked over (one’s) grave Said when one unexpectedly feels the urge to shudder or shiver. A: “Are you all right?” B: “Yes, I just had a big shiver run down my spine. Someone must have walked over my grave!”
a mechanical device for opening and closing the aperture of a camera lens to expose film or the like. to close or provide with shutters: She shuttered the windows. to close (a store or business operations) for the day or permanently. to close or close down: The factory has shuttered temporarily.
: to have a harsh or unpleasant effect on someone or something. : to hit or shake (something) forcefully. : to make (someone) feel uneasy.
Informal to cause to be tired out or exhausted. 5 an obsolete word for → scatter. n. 6 usually pl. Obsolete or dialect a fragment.
Shutters were designed to cover your window for a multitude of reasons. They protect against storms or other inclement weather. The provide relief from the hot summer sun and cold winter winds. They keep rain, hail, sleet and snow off your windows, and extend their life.
Synonyms & Antonyms of shudderingaquiver,atremble,quaking,quavery,quivering,shaking,shaky,shuddery,
Shudder sentence exampleI felt a shudder remembering the night before. This idea horrified her, made her shudder , blush, and feel such a rush of anger and pride as she had never experienced before. It again!… said Pierre to himself, and an involuntary shudder ran down his spine.
“Speaking of graveyards, have you ever heard the expression, “a rabbit ran over your grave”? It was a statement made when someone had a sudden shiver. Not sure of it’s derivation, but heard it used frequently when I was a child.”
When Scout asks her what is wrong, she comes to her senses and shrugs it off: “Oh nothing…somebody just walked over my grave.” It is as if Aunt Alexandra sensed that something bad was about to happen.
/ ˈdʒær ɪd / PHONETIC RESPELLING. noun. (in the Book of Mormon) the eponymous ancestor of the Jaredites. a male given name.
A hick is an unsophisticated, rural person. Your accent and fondness for wearing overalls might make some people think you’re a hick. The word hick is both informal and derogatory — in other words, if you call your cousin who raises dairy goats and chickens a hick, she’ll probably be offended.
verb. ( ˈʃʌdɝ) Tremble convulsively, as from fear or excitement. Antonyms. braveness bravery nervelessness daring hardiness. shiver tremble throb.
Sneak sentence exampleWhy did they have to sneak around? I tried to sneak one in on my own. He’s tried for years to sneak someone inside our walls. To her relief, she still had a few hours to sneak out and make it to the airport.
They protect against storms or other inclement weather. The provide relief from the hot summer sun and cold winter winds. They keep rain, hail, sleet and snow off your windows, and extend their life. They can provide privacy or help to darken a room for sleep.
A person with a broken heart often has episodes of sobbing, rage, and despair. They may not eat or sleep for days and may also neglect their personal hygiene. A few may repress their feelings so that they do not have to face the pain of the loss, which may cause panic, anxiety, and depression a few months later.
Broken heart syndrome, also called stress-induced cardiomyopathy or takotsubo cardiomyopathy, can strike even if you’re healthy. (Tako tsubo, by the way, are octopus traps that resemble the pot-like shape of the stricken heart.)
How does the “pinprick of apprehension” that Aunt Alexandra feels and shakes off create suspense? Her apprehension leads readers to suspect that something bad might happen to Scout and Jem when they go to the pageant alone. Keeping the identity secret also creates suspense.
What’s the meaning of the phrase ‘Someone is walking over my grave’? A response to a sudden unexplained shudder or shivering.
The phrase somebody is walking over my grave is an expression used when shuddering involuntarily. Miss. [shuddering.]
teachera son of Cain. Genesis 4:17. a male given name: from a Hebrew word meaning “teacher.”
Jacob. / (ˈdʒeɪkəb) / noun. Old Testament the son of Isaac, twin brother of Esau, and father of the twelve patriarchs of Israel. Also called: Jacob sheep any of an ancient breed of sheep having a fleece with dark brown patches and two or four horns.
English Language Learners Definition of do-gooder : someone whose desire and effort to help people (such as poor people) is regarded as wrong, annoying, useless, etc. See the full definition for do-gooder in the English Language Learners Dictionary. More from Merriam-Webster on do-gooder.
Definition of in hock informal. 1 : in the possession of a pawnbroker His gold watch is in hock. 2 : in debt He is in hock to his boss for several thousand dollars.