Definition of Trembler

1. Noun. One who quakes and trembles with (or as with) fear.

Exact synonyms: Quaker
Generic synonyms: Coward
Derivative terms: Quake, Tremble



Definition of Trembler

1. n. One who trembles.

2. n. Any of certain West Indian birds of the genera Cinclocerthia and Rhamphocinclus, of the family Mimidæ.

Definition of Trembler

1. Noun. One who, or that which, trembles. ¹

2. Noun. Any of various New World passerine birds of the family ''Mimidae''. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Trembler

1. one that trembles [n -S] - See also: trembles

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trembler

tremas
tremata
trematic
trematoda
trematode
trematode infections
trematode worm
trematodea
trematodes
trematoid
trembathite
tremble
tremble dance
tremble dances
trembled
trembler (current term)
tremblers
trembles
tremblest
trembleth
tremblier
trembliest
trembling
trembling palsy
tremblingly
tremblor
tremblors
trembly
tremelimumab
tremella

Literary usage of Trembler

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1. Electric Ignition for Combustion Motors by Forrest Robert Jones (1912)
"The trembler spring has a small piece of soft steel fastened to its free end ... This soft steel armature is to cause the end of the trembler to be more ..."

2. Dyke's Automobile and Gasoline Engine Encyclopedia by Andrew Lee Dyke (1916)
"The current cannot travel beyond the trembler blade because, as will be seen, the platinum points are separated. Neither can it complete circuit along the ..."

3. Dyke's Automobile and Gasoline Engine Encyclopedia by Andrew Lee Dyke (1919)
"trembler ontinued from page 280, 281 The coil of the Bosch dual system u fitted into a vulcanite cylindrical box. which is attached to the dashboard, flg. ..."

4. A History of Wireless Telegraphy, 1838-1899: Including Some Bare-wire by John Joseph Fahie (1900)
"This trembler must be so arranged, as hereinafter explained, ... The small hammer of the trembler hits the tube or imperfect contact and so stops the ..."

5. A Practical Treatise on Natural and Artificial Concrete: Its Varieties and by Henry Reid (1879)
"The slabs made by this machine are more easily handled than those produced by the " trembler." Its action is, however, much slower, and the paving slabs ..."

6. The American Cyclopedia of the Automobile; Or, Motor Cars and Motoring Self edited by Thomas Herbert Russell, Charles P. Root (1909)
"The brass blade being controlled by the stop on the hammer, it also has to move downward with the hammer, and contact is thus broken at the trembler points. ..."

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