Definition of tremebundus, tremibundus
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LNS
tremebundus, tremebunda, tremebundum
(tremibundus, tremibunda, tremibundum)
tremo
adjective (2-1-2)
  1. trembling, quivering, shaking
Abbreviations
tremebundus (tremib-), a, um, adj. tremo, trembling, quivering, shaking (mostly poet.): (Iphigenia) tremibunda ad aras Deducta est, Lucr 1, 95: tremebunda manu tangere, Cic. Dom. 52, 134; cf.: Caius a primā tremebundus luce, trembling with fear, Mart. 9, 93, 5: membra, Ov. M. 4, 133: leo, Claud. ap. Eutr. 2, 440: tremebundā voce, Auct. Her 3, 14, 25.

—Comp.: (cucumis) effetae tremebundior ubere porcae, i.e. more flabby, softer, Col. poet. 10, 396.

— Transf.: cornus (i.e. hasta), Sil. 10, 119: tela, id. 5, 628: oratio, Nazar. Pan. Const. 2.
 
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