knee-trembling

knee-trembling

adj
informal very exciting
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Set a knee-trembling 309-4, Ponteland gave up the ghost on 90.
Both, from the former's locally famous flying fish to the latter's knee-trembling view from 603ft up, are must-sees.
THIS was the knee-trembling result that Harry Redknapp was unable to deliver.
A third bogey at the 14th was offset by a birdie at the next and holed a knee-trembling eight foot putt for par at the 17th, meaning a five at the last and the crown was his.
While this is a pulsating thriller whenever Tris is faced with a leap of faith, at 139 minutes Divergent is also 20 minutes too long to sustain its peak moments of knee-trembling excitement.
I don't think many of us could have taken another nerve-jangling, cliff-hanging, nail-biting, knee-trembling fight to the death without either running out of hyphenated adjectives or needing a spell in rehab afterwards - perhaps both.
While his partner was bogeying that hole, Donald tapped his tummy and heaved a visible sigh of relief after knocking in a knee-trembling effort from four feet.
The setting, presumably, is meant to provide an excuse to incorporate history and other educational tidbits into the stories, but all that really does is further the not particularly helpful sense "Unnatural History" is little more than a live-action cartoon--"ScoobyDoo" minus the knee-trembling pooch.
Both have a knee-trembling 062mph time of just under six seconds and each benefits from a growling 280bhp, six-cylinder engine.
So you got the lengthy good-loving versions rather than the knee-trembling singles edits.
And it was Roma who were the victims of the now-reviled Bruce Grobbelaar's knee-trembling antics seven years later when Liverpool last lifted the coveted crown.