Taking his hand she stepped close to him, misty-eyed, atremble.
The snow was suffocating him, and his legs were atremble with the effort he had put forth.
But my limbs were all atremble; I could not come down to you, and I wanted so much to talk to you.
Strangely enough, as she put the glass to her eyes, the little French girl found herself all atremble.
It irritated me that we should have scrambled over the rocks for nothing; my legs were atremble from our haste.
It seemed as though he had lived through years since the moment, three hours ago, when he had been all atremble in the church.
She was all atremble that he should recognize her and speak to her.
And she put her arm about my head and put out her lips and we kissed, and boy though I was, I was all atremble.
atremble with excitement, she tiptoed after the foreman as he led the way into the workroom.
A remarkable story, called "In Prison," all atremble with new sensations, inaugurates this new style.