Shudder definition, to tremble with a sudden convulsive movement, as from horror, fear, or cold. See more.


A shudder is an involuntary vibration, usually in your body, or the shaking itself. A cold breeze or an unpleasant memory might make you shudder.


Shudder definition is - to tremble convulsively : shiver, quiver. How to use ... See the full definition for shudder in the English Language Learners Dictionary.


shudder meaning: 1. to shake suddenly with very small movements because of a very unpleasant thought or feeling: 2. When something shudders, it shakes ...


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Define shudder. shudder synonyms, shudder pronunciation, shudder translation, English dictionary definition of shudder. intr.v. shud·dered , shud·der·ing ...


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shudder definition: Shudder is the act of shaking or trembling, especially because of fear. (noun) The act of shaking out of fear is an example of shudder....


From Low German are also borrowed German schaudern (“to shudder”), Danish .... “shudder” in Douglas Harper, Online Etymology Dictionary, 2001–2019.