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brandish to wave or shake (something such as a weapon) in a threatening or agitated manner. [1/3 definitions]
convulse to cause to shake heavily and uncontrollably, as with laughter, pain, or fear. [1/3 definitions]
dodder to shake or be unsteady on one's feet, as from old age; totter.
faze to bewilder or to disturb the composure or shake the resolve of; disconcert or daunt.
frappé a thick drink made with milk, ice cream, and flavoring, and whipped or shaken together; milk shake. [1/3 definitions]
joggle to move back and forth rapidly but gently; shake. [1/3 definitions]
jolt to shake up or cause to move as by a sudden and forceful blow. [1/7 definitions]
luff of a sail, to flutter or shake from losing wind or being set too close to the wind. [1/5 definitions]
palpitate to shake, throb, or tremble. [1/2 definitions]
palsy to cause to be paralyzed or to shake uncontrollably. [1/3 definitions]
quake to shake, as from fear, coldness, or the like. [2/3 definitions]
quaky inclined to shake or tremble.
quaver to tremble or shake, as from exhaustion or illness. [1/6 definitions]
quiver1 to shake or tremble slightly. [2 definitions]
rattle to shake the confidence of; confuse by disturbing. [1/9 definitions]
rock2 to cause to shake violently; disrupt. [1/9 definitions]
shakeable combined form of shake.
shaken past participle of shake.
shiver1 to tremble or shake involuntarily, as with cold, anticipation, or fear. [2/4 definitions]
shook1 past tense of shake.
tremble to shake or quiver involuntarily, as from fear, exhaustion, or cold. [1/4 definitions]