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In this passage what does the meaning of Shivering?

Did you ever get so angry that you start shivering and can't even show it to anyone, but sit here and update status thinking it might help.

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I'll try to explain you the situation by making you imagine another one. Have you clenched your teeth so hard that your head starts to vibrate? If not, try to do it right now. People do that when they are extremely angry and are out of words. That is what is meant by shivering here.

  • Yes I got it now. – Sabbir Sep 13 '18 at 18:13
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trembling, quaking............

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    You'd be at least 10 times more likely to be quaking / trembling with fear than with anger / rage, so I'm not sure these are the ideal terms to match with OP's cited usage. – FumbleFingers Sep 13 '18 at 18:11
  • Just listed them to give a rough idea of what the author was implying. Never did I say "these words may be used interchangeably" – Jamai-Con Sep 13 '18 at 18:13

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