verb (used without object), quaked, quak·ing.
Origin of quake
Related formsquak·ing·ly, adverbun·quak·ing, adjective
Examples from the Web for quaking
Obama and the Democrats generally have a history of quaking when this deficit talk starts up.Michael Tomasky on GOP Deficit Hypocrisy at Release of Obama’s Budget|Michael Tomasky|February 14, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Quaking in every limb, his teeth chattering, and a cold sweat pouring from him, he listened as the awful voice spoke again.Toto's Merry Winter|Laura E. Richards
It was a genuine retreat, right at the foot of a tall mountain, embowered in a grove of quaking asps.Birds of the Rockies|Leander Sylvester Keyser
Quaking all over, he approached the cage, and staring fixedly into the tiger's face, made the prescribed passes.The Sorcery Club|Elliott O'Donnell