trembling or quivering with fear, dread, cold, etc.
Also shud·der·y. characterized by or causing a shudder: a shuddering plunge of the ship.

Origin of shuddering

Related formsshud·der·ing·ly, adverbun·shud·der·ing, adjective Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for shuddery

Historical Examples of shuddery

  • Doesn't it make you feel lovely and shuddery to belong to a Wicked Compact!

    Four Girls and a Compact

    Annie Hamilton Donnell

  • As he approached her she observed a look on his face that gave her a shuddery chill.

    Frank Merriwell's Son

    Burt L. Standish

  • Be brave now, for my story is going to be truly sombre and shuddery.

    The Quest

    Frederik van Eeden

  • Then it came—a sound that made the boy "creep" all over it was so shuddery!

  • It was an unholy thing, no doubt, yet it held me with a shuddery fascination.

    Helmet of Navarre

    Bertha Runkle