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Definition of Trembly
1. marked by trembling [adj -BLIER, -BLIEST]
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Literary usage of Trembly
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1. Women-Owned and Home-Based Businesses: Hearing Before the Committee on Small edited by Christopher S. Bond (1999)
"To begin the discussions under our second panel, our first witness will be Mr. Bill trembly, president of trembly Associates, Inc., of Albuquerque, ..."
2. The Ohio Law Journal (1884)
"GENERAL DOCKET. Columbia, Ohio, January 22, 1884. No. 119. trembly v. trembly. Error to the District Court of Huron County. ..."
3. Campfires on Desert and Lava by William Temple Hornaday (1908)
"CAMP-FIRES ON DESERT AND LAVA CHAPTER I MOVING PICTURES OF THE IRON TRAIL Pinacate, the Mystery—A Desert Experience and an Exploration—Dr. Daniel trembly ..."