Rather than risk creating a “tremulous” signature, Lincoln instead commenced massaging his giant hands together.
That tremulous “uhhhh,” which lasted more than a full second, gave the game away.
This year that tremulous feeling of going to the airport became different.
He turned his head toward the little orchestra, which was playing a low and tremulous waltz tune.
He drove the preliminaries forward with a sort of tremulous insistence.
The girl gave a frightened cry, then a tremulous little sob of joy.
The touch of her hand is soft and tremulous, and her kisses are delicate, sweet.
As he said this, the hunter raised his curved horn to his lips and blew a long, tremulous blast.
At last the plain is reached, and all the skies are tremulous with starlight.
She cuddled against the Harvester and lifting a tremulous white hand, drew it across his unshaven cheek.
tremulous trem·u·lous (trěm'yə-ləs)
Characterized by tremor.