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quiver with (something)

To tremble or shake because of some extreme emotion or condition. I positively quivered with anticipation as I opened up the letter from Harvard. We sat quivering with fear as the troops passed through town. The poor child was quivering with fever by the time I came home with her medicine.
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quiver with something

 
1. Lit. to shake or shiver from something, such as cold, fear, anticipation, etc. On seeing the bear, the dogs quivered with fear. Todd quivered with the cold.
2. Fig. to experience eagerness or joy. I quivered with delight when I saw the dessert. Tom quivered with eagerness as the door opened.
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Finally, it's worth noting TightSpot backs its quivers with an unconditional lifetime guarantee.
I've cut and filed down the stems on Hoyt and Mathews quivers with great results, being careful not to overly trim and cause the hood or arrow ends to collide with the bow's limbs or cables.
Towards this end, we must now allow quivers with 2-cycles.
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Avoid quivers with loose parts that can vibrate during the shot.
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