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.
Lawmakers Md Israfil Alam, Mir Mustaq Ahmed Rabi, Ashake Ullah Rafiq, Ayesha Ferdous, Wasika Ayesha Khan and other parliament secretariat officials also took part in the workshop.
Ashake refuses to cook for her husband and brothers in-law.
Clem would rather die than say please to Ashake (21).
Also implied in Ashake's earlier compliance highlighted here, is the lack of awareness of alternatives visible in The Corpse's Comedy and in the early part of Our Husband Has Gone Mad Again.
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 Birmingham's political map has sparked an angry backlash from residents in historic parts who will find themselves uneasy bedfellows with neighbouring communities.
ASHAKE up of bus services which could see fares and routes regulated by councils will be a disaster, according to bus operators.