He seemed to quiver at the suggestion.
He felt it in the quiver of her handshake and saw it in the empty look in her eyes.
Princess Mary read the paper, and her face began to quiver with stifled sobs.
Everything I touched seemed to quiver with life.
Dean asked, trying to control the quiver in his voice.
War-car, the drum, quiver, bow and axe.
Every muscle of Telyanin's pale, terrified face began to quiver, his eyes still shifted from side to side but with a downward look not rising to Rostov's face, and his sobs were audible.
I rode a fiery hunter--I can feel the impatient toss of his head now and the quiver that ran through him at the first roar of the cannon.
The oldest known coins are the electrum coins of the earlier Mermnads (Madden, Coins of the Jews, pp. 19-21), stamped on one side with a lion's head or the figure of a king with bow and quiver; these were replaced by Croesus with a coinage of pure gold and silver.
In the central chamber lay the skeleton of the ancient chief, with his sword, his spear, his bow and a quiver full of arrows.
With her left hand she holds a stag, while drawing an arrow from the quiver on her shoulder with the right.
Thus we feel it in its motion as wind, and observe the dynamical effects of this motion in the quiver of the leaf or the motion of a sailing ship. It offers resistance to the passage of bodies through it, destroying their motion and transforming their energy - as is betrayed to our hearing in the whiz of the rifle bullet, to our sight in the flash of the meteor.
Sixpenny illustrated magazines commenced with Good Words (1860) and the Quiver (1861), both religious in tendency.
The Greek Artemis was usually represented as a huntress with bow and quiver, or torch in her hand, in face very like Apollo, her drapery flowing to her feet, or, more frequently, girt high for speed.