Found 3 items, similar to Shivers.
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English → English
n 1: reflex shaking caused by cold or fear or excitement [syn: tremble
2: an almost pleasurable sensation of fright; “a frisson of
surprise shot through him”
v 1: tremble convulsively, as from fear or excitement [syn: shudder
2: shake, as from cold; “The children are shivering--turn on
English → English
, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Shivered
; p. pr. & vb.
.] [OE. schiveren, scheveren; cf. OD.
scheveren. See Shiver
To break into many small pieces, or splinters; to shatter; to
dash to pieces by a blow; as, to shiver a glass goblet.
All the ground
With shivered armor strown. --Milton.
, n. [OE. schivere, fr. shive; cf. G. schifer a
splinter, slate, OHG. scivere a splinter, Dan. & Sw. skifer a
slate. See Shive
, and cf. Skever
1. One of the small pieces, or splinters, into which a
brittle thing is broken by sudden violence; -- generally
used in the plural. “All to shivers dashed.”
2. A thin slice; a shive. [Obs. or Prov. Eng.] “A shiver of
their own loaf.”
Of your soft bread, not but a shiver. --Chaucer.
3. (Geol.) A variety of blue slate.
4. (Naut.) A sheave or small wheel in a pulley.
5. A small wedge, as for fastening the bolt of a window
6. A spindle. [Obs. or Prov. Eng.]
, v. i.
To separate suddenly into many small pieces or parts; to be
There shiver shafts upon shields thick. --Chaucer
The natural world, should gravity once cease, . . .
would instantly shiver into millions of atoms.
, v. i. [OE. chiveren, cheveren; of uncertain
origin. This word seems to have been confused with shiver to
To tremble; to vibrate; to quiver; to shake, as from cold or
Prometheus is laid
On icy Caucasus to shiver. --Swift.
The man that shivered on the brink of sin,
Thus steeled and hardened, ventures boldly in.
, v. t. (Naut.)
To cause to shake or tremble, as a sail, by steering close to
The act of shivering or trembling.