来自拉丁语 tremere,颤抖，恐惧，词源同 tremble.-ous,形容词后缀。
- tremulous (adj.)
- 1610s, from Latin tremulus "shaking, quivering," from tremere "to shake, quake, quiver" (see tremble (v.)). Related: Tremulously; tremulousness.
- 1. He was in a state of tremulous excitement.
- 2. We waited in tremulous anticipation.
- 3. I opened the important letter with tremulous fingers.
- 4. She fidgeted in her chair as she took a deep, tremulous breath.
- 5. " I like these days better,'she said but her voice was tremulous.
- " 我更喜欢现在这样的日子, " 她说,但是声音有点颤抖.
[ tremulous 造句 ]