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Noun
An unpleasant emotion caused by the perception of danger, pain, or harm
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“The incident has left him with a severe case of the shakes.”
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Delirium and tremors caused by alcohol withdrawal
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Result of heavy drinking
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Plural for a tremor or vibration
“As Ben was walking to the driver's seat, he felt a sudden shake in the ground that shook him so hard he fell over.”
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Plural for an act of jiggling or wobbling
“Manish responded with a shake of his head, which could have been interpreted as either a yes, or a no.”
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Plural for an act of waving (something at someone)
“When the ogre guards of Avici stand in his way, the Buddha's disciple topples them all with a shake of his staff.”
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Plural for a very short period of time
“We'll be there in a shake. Keep the front door open.”
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(informal) Plural for an earthquake or earth tremor
“The shake registered 9.2 on the Richter Scale as the most severe in North American history.”
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Plural for the regular throbbing of the heart, an artery etc.
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Plural for a movement from side to side or back and forth
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Plural for an abrupt rough or violent movement
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Plural for a handshake
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Plural for brisk stirring or disturbance of a liquid
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Plural for compensation
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Plural for a small amount or number
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Plural for a quick and nimble move, typically to elude
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Plural for the state or condition of being unsteady or rickety
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Plural for a very small or insignificant amount
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Plural for a regular short, sharp sound, especially that made by a clock or watch
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Plural for bribery and other corrupt practices used to secure illicit advantages or gains in politics or business
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Plural for a state of agitation; a panic
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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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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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To wave vigorously (and angrily)
“He began to shake his fist in anger, displaying a deliberately hostile attitude.”
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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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To tremble uncontrollably from a strong emotion
“The adrenaline pumped into his bloodstream, making him shake with nervous energy.”
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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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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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To undermine or weaken
“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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To greatly astonish or impress someone
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To cause disarray or disorganization in the order of
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To have an adverse effect on
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To quit or stop a habit
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To bump or push roughly
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To move lightly like fluff
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To influence, usually emotionally
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To move (a baby or young child) up and down in a playful or affectionate way
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To shun or shy away from
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To shake, stir or rouse
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To seize or shake by the throat, especially of a dog or wolf
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To stretch or strain
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Strike or beat with a whip or stick
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Search unsystematically and untidily through something
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To evoke or draw out (a reaction, answer, or fact) from someone
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Cheer
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To mark, spot or scatter with small spots, marks or dots
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Occur; happen
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To unload or discharge, typically cargo
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To oppose by expressing disapproval
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To frustrate or prevent (someone) from achieving an aim
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Intimidating for money
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Interrupt action or speech briefly
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To trigger a passionate feeling or reaction
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To prevent oneself from
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