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Feeling angry, distressed or unhappy
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Astonished, taken aback
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Feeling fear or apprehension
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Experiencing pain
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Having lost determination or confidence
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Upset, having been scared, nervous, alarmed
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To be worn down by negative emotions
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Having sinned
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Susceptible to anger or prone to getting on the defensive
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Past participle for to shake or vibrate jerkily or nervously
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“The bed would begin to shake just as I was about to fall asleep, and I'd snap awake.”
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Past participle for to move (an object) up and down or from side to side with rapid, forceful, jerky movements
“They should put the marbles in the box, then shake the box in all directions, but without lifting the box from the table.”
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Past participle for to wave vigorously (and angrily)
“He began to shake his fist in anger, displaying a deliberately hostile attitude.”
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Past participle for to shock, disturb, or upset
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“She hoped that this news would shake him from his sense of blithe optimism.”
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Past participle for to tremble uncontrollably from a strong emotion
“The adrenaline pumped into his bloodstream, making him shake with nervous energy.”
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Past participle for to mix (ingredients) together by shaking
“Using a cocktail shaker, shake the ingredients together with a regular scoop of ice-cubes and pour the contents into the recommended glass.”
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Past participle for to get away from by outmaneuvering
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“Arthur Morgan would shake the local lawmen by riding off through the woods on his trusty steed.”
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Past participle for to undermine or weaken
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“It was whispered that the sight of those people driven forward by the wind of defeat did much to shake his confidence.”
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Past participle for to greatly astonish or impress someone
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Past participle for to overcome with mental or emotional stress
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Past participle for to have an adverse effect on
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Past participle for to quit or stop a habit
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Past participle for to bump or push roughly
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(of one's voice) Past participle for to speak haltingly
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Past participle for to influence, usually emotionally
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Past participle for to move (a baby or young child) up and down in a playful or affectionate way
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Past participle for to make something fluffy, typically by patting or ruffling
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Past participle for to strike or hit repeatedly
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Past participle for to shun or shy away from
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Past participle for to (attempt to) prevent something from happening
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Past participle for to shake, stir or rouse, especially into action or one's memory
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Past participle for to seize or shake by the throat, especially of a dog or wolf
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Past participle for search unsystematically and untidily through something
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Past participle for cheer
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Past participle for to mark, spot or scatter with small spots, marks or dots
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Past participle for occur; happen
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Past participle for to frustrate or prevent (someone) from achieving an aim
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Past participle for intimidating for money
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Past participle for to briefly stop or interrupt an action
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Past participle for to prevent oneself from
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