atremble

Izruna:  US [eɪt'rembl] UK [eɪt'rembl]
  • adv.Dzejas tremblingly
  • WebTrīcēdams
adj.
1.
kratīšanas vai dreb no spēcīgas emocijas, piemēram, bailes un uztraukums

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