ashake

ashake

(əˈʃeɪk)
adv
in a shaking manner
References in classic literature ?
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.
Ashake refuses to cook for her husband and brothers in-law.
Clem would rather die than say please to Ashake (21).
Thus Ashake is resolute: "This is my own domain and I am the despot here
Populist British politician Nigel Farage believes his Ukip party will ashake upa British politics this year.
As he moved across the room, here and there men held out their hands for ashake, offered him a drink, clapped him on the back - brief encounters that would earn them brownie points in pubs for the rest of their lives.
ASHAKE up of bus services which could see fares and routes regulated by councils will be a disaster, according to bus operators.