I do feel very much interested in that singular melancholy woman, said Anne, tremulously.
"We all miss her, Mother," said the old father, tremulously.
"If you think I'm so careless you might fill the lamps yourself," she said tremulously.
"He has been very fond of me for a long time," she said, tremulously.
“Yes, sir,” murmured June tremulously, looking down at the hole in her stocking.
He could only sit touching her tremulously with thin fingers.
He gathered her hand into his, and laid down his head upon it, kissing it tremulously.
His question, tremulously put, seemed to ask so much more than it did!
My mother smiled, patiently it seemed to me; the Duchess was tremulously radiant; Bederhof obviously benign.
In spite of their desperate situation they were tremulously happy.
tremulous trem·u·lous (trěm'yə-ləs)
Characterized by tremor.