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  • A hoarse tremulo of wounded pride could be detected in his voice, although he pretended to scorn such things!

    Virgin Soil

  • "I don't think I can go back there," Escalus told Prane in a hoarse tremulo.

    the ship who sang

  • Her vibrant contralto voice, like Adam's, held the birdlike, broken tremulo of a young child's.

    Astounding Stories of Super-Science February 1930

  • Ubi autem solito pauciores deferunter ad eadem organa spiritus animales, imperfectæ ac imbecillæ observantur fieri eadem functiones, in motu tremulo et infirmo, nec diu durante, in visu debili, ac mox defatigato,

    An Essay on the Shaking Palsy

  • Distinguendus namque his tremor quiescente licet ac decumbente corpore molustus a motu tremulo, de quo dictum.

    An Essay on the Shaking Palsy

  • The deaf and blind child caught the tremulo of the final notes, and she danced up and down and clapped her little hands.

    Janice Day at Poketown

  • And if a feller vants to pull de tremulo stop fer a lot o 'hoboes and

    They Call Me Carpenter

  • He wore his heavy black hair a little long, and when he mounted the platform he would pull out the tremulo stop, stretching out his hands and saying in tones of quivering emotion: "The ladies, God bless them!"

    100% : The Story of a Patriot

  • It's better to leave the blustering and tremulo-heroism to the middle classes; they do it so much better.

    Interlude, May, 1917-February, 1919.

  • At the melodeon Selina played "Call Me Thine Own," very softly, the tremulo stop pulled out.

    McTeague

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