knee-trembling

knee-trembling

adj
informal very exciting
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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.
SINCE their 2009 debut Checkmate Savage, The Phantom Band have mixed folk melodies with big slabs of knee-trembling krautrock.
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.
As best man, not only does he have to ensure that the rings make it to Westminster Abbey, he's also got the knee-trembling job of delivering a speech in front of numerous heads of state and VIPs.
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.