ADJ. little, slight, small, tiny | deep, exaggerated, great, violent | involuntary
VERB + SHUDDER give She gave a little shudder when she touched his clammy hand. | feel | repress, suppress He repressed a shudder of disgust. | send The sight of the coffin sent a shudder through him
SHUDDER + VERB go/pass/run through sb/sth, rack sb/sth A shudder of pain racked his body.
PREP. with a ~ He remembered that awful moment with a shudder. | ~ of a shudder of relief
ADV. convulsively, uncontrollably, violently | slightly | involuntarily She shuddered involuntarily as he approached her. | inwardly
VERB + SHUDDER make sb The sight of the dead body made them shudder.
PREP. at She shuddered at the memory of school exams. | through A deep sigh shuddered through her body. | with His whole body shuddered with fury.