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Houses shook as a bomb exploded in the neighbourhood.
She was literally shaking with fear.
An earthquake shook a wide area of southern Italy last year.
Shake the dressing well before you put it on the salad.
‘You’re not listening!’ she cried, shaking him.
She couldn’t shake her fear of snakes.
His voice shook as he asked her to marry him.
The news shook financial markets worldwide.
Violent conflicts between tribes have shaken the region.
The boy’s tragic death shook the entire community.
He was shaken and upset by the accident.
They ran into the alley, hoping to shake off their pursuers.