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  1. quiv·er
    IPA[ˈkwivər]
  2. verb

    noun

    • 1. a slight trembling movement or sound, especially one caused by a sudden strong emotion:

      Meredith felt a quiver of fear
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: quiver, plural noun: quivers

    • v.: verb: quiver, 3rd person present: quivers, gerund or present participle: quivering, past tense: quivered, past participle: quivered

    • noun

      an archer's portable case for holding arrows.

      a set of surfboards of different lengths and shapes for use with different types of waves:

    • verb

      tremble or shake with a slight rapid motion:

      cause (something) to make a slight rapid motion:

    • noun

      a slight trembling movement or sound, especially one caused by a sudden strong emotion:
    • noun

      an archer's portable case for holding arrows.

      a set of surfboards of different lengths and shapes for use with different types of waves:

    • noun

      a tropical aloe which forms a tree, the hollow branches of which were formerly used by the San (Bushmen) as quivers.
    • noun

      a tropical aloe which forms a tree, the hollow branches of which were formerly used by the San (Bushmen) as quivers.
    • one of a number of resources or strategies that can be drawn on or followed
    • one of a number of resources or strategies that can be drawn on or followed
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