As the mother of a 19-year-old myself, I shuddered at her words.
I shuddered at the thought of a President McCain, who wanted to acquire wars like new suits.
In an interview with The Daily Beast, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren shuddered at the thought of a rate increase.
“In 20 years, this just might be a city of Taco Bells,” one restaurateur recently shuddered.
It was a moment I instantly detected in my own recent past, and I shuddered with embarrassed recognition.
David shuddered, and crouched down on the ground as far as he could.
I shuddered as I realized that the worst fears of Emily were confirmed.
She shuddered, as if a snake or a scorpion were creeping towards her.
He shuddered that he could have harboured the thought for a moment.
She shuddered, and turning to her escort, asked why he had brought her there.
early 14c., possibly from Middle Dutch schuderen "to shudder," or Middle Low German schoderen, both frequentative forms from Proto-Germanic *skuth- "to shake." Related: Shuddered; shuddering.
c.1600, from shudder (v.).