shiveringly


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shiveringly

(ˈʃɪvərɪŋlɪ)
adv
in a shivering manner, usually from cold or fright
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The gulf yawned shiveringly wide at remarks like that; so, with the privilege of an elder, I declared it time for bed, and yawned off to my room.
Catherine Linton,' it replied, shiveringly (why did I think of LINTON?
They only knew that after one frantic rush they found themselves tiptoeing shiveringly upstairs.
Old Tarwater, shiveringly awake, heard Liverpool order Crayton aft beside him at the steering-sweep, and also heard the one-sided conversation.
The players are the bold ones--they act out a series of dares that start off as innocuous and then head toward the shiveringly dangerous (don't-lookdown heights are a favorite motif).