shudderverb [ I ]uk /ˈʃʌd.ər/ us /ˈʃʌd.ɚ/
- She looked up at the grey sky and shuddered.
- I still shudder when I think of the risks we took.
- She shuddered with horror.
- I shudder at the thought of eating the fat on meat.
- I don't like to think about getting close to him - it makes me shudder.
shuddernoun [ C ]uk /ˈʃʌd.ər/ us /ˈʃʌd.ɚ/
› the act of shuddering: