when I came to, I was so tremblingly
afraid of my own insanity that I wrote Night and Day mainly to prove to my own satisfaction that I could keep entirely off that dangerous ground.
Here the sex of the voyeur is less important than the (male) poet's expression of lust for the male form; the voyeur goes so far as to imagine "An unseen hand also pass'd over their bodies/It descended tremblingly
from their temples and ribs.
water for which we tremblingly
hold a divining rod in our hands.
Further, it is the name given to a protagonist, in Jane Austen's "Love and Freindship," who is "all Sensibility and Feeling," a heroine who is recognized as "most truly worthy of the Name" by the equally sentimental Laura, herself possessed of "[a] sensibility too tremblingly
alive" (MW 78, 85).
Beethoven's great melody entered almost tremblingly
, gaining in warmth and affirmation, crowned eventually by the glorious projection and diction of the CBSO Chorus, singing (of course) from memory.
It picked up pace when a handful of freakish rejects from the auditions appeared after a medley of the most painfully funny moments from those early days - one of them the Japanese Simon Cowell fan - who was so tremblingly
off key she had one reviewer welling up a little.
Hence Laura in Love and Freindship (1790), written when Austen was fourteen, informs her correspondent that a "sensibility too tremblingly
alive to every affliction of my Freinds, my Acquaintance and particularly to every affliction of my own, was my only fault, if a fault it could be called" (3).
NF, PN:] So to Miriam, Christ and God made one great figure, which she loved tremblingly
and passionately when a tremendous sunset burned out the western sky, and Ediths, and Lucys, and Rowenas, Brian de Bois Guilberts, Rob Roys, and Guy Mannerings, rustled the sunny leaves in the morning, or sat in her bedroom aloft, alone, when it snowed.
I recall enjoying Massimo Bontempelli and another Italian, whose name, regrettably, escapes me, in one of whose stories the young hero tremblingly
rings the enchanting heroine's doorbell.
Her "absolute" power expressed itself in her dominance over the management of the theatre, while her rights to those powers were ritualized on the stage itself, where her bravura performance symbolized a kind of Napoleonic self-crowning John Sterland remembered Catalani's reliance on the "spell" of virtuoso performance itself by which she "enchained" her audience: "Hours after hearing her--in the calmness of the closet--you might tremblingly
question the purity of her taste, or even the correctness of her intonation; but while present to your eye and ear, she carried you by storm, even against your better judgment" (72).
my cramped and throbbing embrace, and dismount tremblingly
Yoriko's hand creeps tremblingly
down his abdomen, and before heading for the pubic region, takes a detour to the groin where it hesitates gloomily like a melancholy maiden.
Artifice seems to be redeemed by the autobiographer of "imagination" (102), who can "express feelings tremblingly
alive" and "effuse his inflammable soul in burning periods" (103).