Those fish felt firm and quivery
to her touch while the black fish felt soft and bloated.
I have no idea where he is now,it is such a horrible time I feel quivery
at the thought of what he might be going through.
Inside the circle of my arm she felt to me like a quivery
Your tongue may also have become quivery
or difficult to move.
Folk who go all quivery
and hurt at the suggestion that claptrap for Jesus is still claptrap.
Everybody was a bit quivery
inside, because there was the threat of war with the Germans and there were some rumblings from the IRA, but Coventry had seen no action.
Stewart Robertson's melodramatic conducting trivialized the music, and while soprano Amy Johnson (Tosca) and tenor Ian DeNolfo (Cavaradossi) could at least sing, quivery
bass Michele Bianchini was completely miscast in the baritone role of Scarpia.
I am a small woman, given to headaches and rashes, a fearful, quivery
sort of person with a voice that sounds pinched.
Second track Quivery
is minimal in production with an acid line that sucks you right in.
There was one particularly fascinating move in which a chap stands still, shakes his legs and his trousers go all quivery