I experience in it the shudder
of two different selves coming together.
The prospect of one slight miscalculation makes you shudder
here, unlike in the earlier, inchoate Bounce (1994).
When I force my mind back to 1980, I shudder
. What was I thinking?
And so the aesthetic pleasure of the modern photograph is complicated by disgust, at once undermined and furthered by culinary shudder
and gustatory gag reflex.
With a glittery shudder
, a figure vanishes from view.
As I spent some time in Sri Lanka and made great friends, I shudder
to think what they are going through.
Although I shudder
at having been spoon-fed Christianity, I've come to appreciate that reciting passages regularly transforms prayer into ritual, carrying us beneath familiar words towards deeper connectedness.
to think of Quentin's one long diatribe as Williams's grim self-portrait or his sweeping summation of gay life.
The report has also sent a shudder
through the research community, which some scientists claim has become complacent about resistant microbes.
Lines are clean, precise; explosive jumps find a sure-tooted descent; high extensions pierce the void; contractions shudder
percussively; falls make a pact with gravity.
Anyone who has ever done a house share at the Russian River or Fire Island Pines will shudder
Those oral quirks aren't easily replicated, but Shudder
to Think, Grant Lee Buffalo, and Pulp summon forth the appropriate sighs and whispers on glittering new tunes.
"Straight people don't know anything," he says with a shudder
THIS picture should send a shudder
down the elegant spines of supermodels Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell - these girls are after their jobs.
as they act upon the imaginary intimacy projected by the professional goodwill of the star.