juddery


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juddery

(ˈdʒʌdərɪ)
adj
shaky
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10) Hugh Sullivan, quoted in Mark Juddery, The Beach at the End of the World: Aussie Science Fiction's NewWave', The Guardian, 31 July 2014, <https://www.
Manual versions are available but I loved the ease of this dual-clutch automatic, which has none of the juddery quality of the old robotised semi-automatic transmission that used to take a lot of getting used to in earlier versions of the Fortwo.
I saw a new movie in the cinema on Sunday and I kept getting distracted by the juddery panning and blurring.
Unsurprisingly, there is more engine, road and wind noise at speed, but it is tolerable for short bursts, as is the sometimes juddery ride on less perfect surfaces.
And though it was an enjoyable, lively car to drive with its six-speed manual transmission, the ride was juddery.
1 Combined CO2 EMISSIONS: 159g/km BiK RATING: 22% INSURANCE: Group 16 (1-50) PRICE: pounds 20,205 on the road WHAT'S HOT: Space, equipment, performance, price WHAT'S NOT: Juddery ride RATINGS (out of five): LOOKS .
I was reminded of this book as I read another book that included a different kind of lists, and was entitled "The 50 Most Overhyped Things in History", written by Mark Juddery.
14) In this film, it is suggested that the juddery movement of the crawling and creeping 'ghost' is explained by the actions of a hikikomori.