Definition of tremulousness in English:

tremulousness

Pronunciation /ˈtremyələsnəs/ /ˈtrɛmjələsnəs/

noun

See tremulous

‘The result includes anything from dry mouth, nausea, and fatigue to dizziness, headache, diarrhea, and my personal favourite, tremulousness.’
  • ‘This is no time to listen to the voices of tremulousness, indecision, compromise and fear.’
  • ‘The patient experienced muscle weakness, tremulousness, ‘hot and cold’ feelings, paresthesias, diaphoresis, shivering, and frontal lobe headache starting 24 hours after discontinuation.’
  • ‘In addition, autonomic instability (i.e., increased heart rate and blood pressure level, tremulousness, diaphoresis), insomnia and sensory hypersensitivity are common.’
  • ‘A shiver or shudder accompanies each: tremulousness characterizes the momentary awareness, as brief as it is unrepeatable.’