ashake

[ uh-sheyk ]
/ əˈʃeɪk /

adjective

shaking (usually used predicatively): The very hills were ashake with the violence of the storm.

Origin of ashake

First recorded in 1855–60; a-1 + shake
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Examples from the Web for ashake

  • He seemed to be in the last extremity of fright, with a face the color of clay and his limbs all ashake as one who hath an ague.

    The White Company|Arthur Conan Doyle