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shivers, 3rd person singular present; shivered, past participle; shivered, past tense; shivering, present participle;
  1. Break into such splinters or fragments
    • - the world seemed to shiver into a million splinters of prismatic color
  1. Each of the small fragments into which something such as glass is shattered when broken; a splinter

  1. tremble: a reflex motion caused by cold or fear or excitement
  2. frisson: an almost pleasurable sensation of fright; "a frisson of surprise shot through him"
  3. shake, as from cold; "The children are shivering--turn on the heat!"
  4. (shivering) chill: a sensation of cold that often marks the start of an infection and the development of a fever
  5. (shivering) shaky: vibrating slightly and irregularly; as e.g. with fear or cold or like the leaves of an aspen in a breeze; "a quaking bog"; "the quaking child asked for more"; "quivering leaves of a poplar tree"; "with shaking knees"; "seemed shaky on her feet"; "sparkling light from the ...
  6. "Shiver" is a song written and recorded by English alternative rock band Coldplay. British record producer Ken Nelson and Coldplay produced the track for their debut album Parachutes. ...
  7. Shiver, released May 18, 2005, is the first album released by D. C. Simpson, author of the webcomics Ozy and Millie and I Drew This. The album was recorded by the artist and released on, but the tracks have also been made available for free download.
  8. Elliot Minor are a classically influenced rock band from York, England. The group consists of Alex Davies (lead vocals/guitars), Ed Minton (vocals/guitars), Dan Hetherton (drums/backing vocals) and Ed Hetherton (bass).
  9. "Shiver" was a single by American R&B singer George Benson, which entered the UK Singles Chart on 29 November 1986. It reached a peak position of number 19, and remained in the chart for 9 weeks.
  10. Shiver is the second solo studio album by New Zealand singer Jenny Morris, released on July 24, 1989 (see 1989 in music) by Warner Music Group. The album was produced by Andrew Farriss and was critically acclaimed to be Morris's "most successful — and best" album to date. ...
  11. Songs About Jane is the debut album of American pop rock band Maroon 5, released June 25, 2002 on J Records and Octone Records. ...
  12. "Shiver" is Natalie Imbruglia's first single from her third album release Counting Down the Days and it is her 8th single overall. The song and the music video received a lot of airplay on radio stations and music channels. ...
  13. Shiver was the debut album by Canadian rock act Rose Chronicles. It was released in 1994 by Nettwerk Records.
  14. "Shiver" is a hit single by Canadian artist Shawn Desman from his third album Fresh.
  15. "SHIVER" maxi-single by the Japanese rock band, The GazettE. It was released on July 21, 2010 in three editions; the "Optical Impression" edition, "Auditory Impression" edition, and "Kuroshitsuji II -LIMITED EDITION-", the first coming with a DVD containing the music video and making for the ...
  16. a fragment or splinter, especially of glass or stone; the reaction when the body goes into the early stages of hypothermia; to break into splinters or fragments
  17. (Shivering) The body's attempt to create heat through muscular activity.
  18. (Shivering) When a glaze contracts less than the clay body which causes the glaze to fall or pop off the piece. (2)
  19. (SHIVERING) Serious and dangerous glaze defect where excessive glaze-compression causes small razor-sharp chips of glaze to pop off along outer edges, corners, and rims.  All wares showing shivering must be destroyed.  Cure is to slightly increase flux and/or decrease silica in glaze.
  20. (Shivering) A defect in which the fired glaze pulls away from the ware taking some of the body with it in the form of slivers. This generally occurs on sharp rims and edges of handles, and is due to improper glaze fit caused by too much compression by the body.
  21. (Shivering) Involuntary contractions of muscles mainly in the skin, in response to the chilling effect of low temperatures.
  22. (Shivering) USE Thermoregulation
  23. (shivering) F: the state of a sail when it shakes or flutters in the wind, as being neither full nor aback, but in a middle degree between both, as well with regard to its absolute position, as to its relative effect on the vessel.
  24. (Shivers) kid’s expression of surprise that could be slowly said to pretend you were going to say shit.
  25. to shake, quiver, quaver, or tremble with chill ("the shivers"), being an involuntary physiological response of muscular contractions that are intended to increase the lowered body temperature with activity. Also, the shaking of sails on a vessel headed too close to the wind.