1. vibrate, rattle, chatter; convulse, corn-move, twitch, vellicate, toss and turn; shimmy, wiggle, rock, bounce, bob, dance, (both of dice) roll, toss; swing, sway, oscillate, wave, roll.
2. tremble, quiver, twitter, trill; pulsate, pulse, throb, palpitate, jump, beat; quaver, quake, shudder, shiver; wriggle, squirm, move around.
3.Usu. shake off or down or out dislodge, disengage, unstick, loosen, loose, free, liberate; knock, bring down or out, remove, extricate; fall, fall down, fall out, settle, precipitate; elude, escape, get rid of, rid oneself of, get away from, leave behind, leave in the dust, lose, drop, throw off, slough off, brush off, give the slip.
4. jiggle, joggle, (of coins) jingle; jostle, hustle, jounce, jar, jolt, bump, shove, buffet, knock around; jerk, tweak, pluck, twang, flip, flick.
5. waver, falter, wobble, teeter, totter, dodder, shuffle, stagger, stumble, be on the verge of collapse; flutter, flicker, sputter, splutter, skip a beat, beat irregularly; fluctuate, vacillate, vary, shift, go up and down, go back and forth.
6. brandish, wave, flourish; flaunt, vaunt, parade, display, disport, exhibit, show off; swing, wag, dangle, flap, move about; wield, raise, poke, point, stick.
7.Often shake up churn, churn up, mix up, succuss, (both of water, wine, etc.) roil, Chiefly U.S. rile; agitate, unnerve, rattle, perturb, ruffle, flurry, fluster, discompose, disconcert, discomfit, unsettle, disquiet; stir, excite, overcome, overwhelm; confuse, muddle, confound, puzzle, perplex, stupefy, daze, Inf. throw, Inf. throw for a loop; disturb, trouble, worry, upset, upheave, heave, throw into disorder or disarray, throw into a tailspin; affect, touch, hit a nerve, Inf. get to.
8. weaken, enervate, infirm, incapacitate, debilitate, impair, wound, harm, hurt, hamstring; undermine, pull the rug out from under; daunt, cause doubt in, deject, discourage, dampen one's spirits, set back on one's heels, pull one up short, Inf. take the fight or starch out of; cool one off, lower or reduce one's enthusiasm, disincline, disaffect, disenchant; scare, frighten, affright, terrorize, chill to the bone, scare to death, petrify; shock, alarm, startle, stun, astonish, abash, take aback, surprise, make one's heart skip a beat or stop, Brit. Si. knock.
9. shake downa. condition, break in, put or get in shape or working order, get the bugs out of, give [s.t.] a workout, put [s.t.] through its paces; take on a trial run, take on a maiden voyage, run through, try out, test, prove.b.Slang, blackmail, extort, milk, squeeze, Inf. bleed; wrest, wrench, exact, get out of, obtain by force, force out of, extract; coerce, lean on, put the arm on or screws to, Inf. put the bite or squeeze on; threaten, intimidate, bully.
10. jiggling, joggling, (of money) jingling; agitation, churn, mixing, succussion; jounce, jar, jerk, bump, shove, buffet.
11. vibration, rattle, chatter, motion; tremor, twitter, Both Music. vibrato, tremolo; tremble, quiver, shudder, shiver; quaver, quake, earthquake; the shakes, convulsion, palsy, twitch, tick, vellication; swing, sway, swivel, oscillation, roll, wave, ripple, wriggle, undulation; palpitation, thrill, jump, pulsation, throb, heartbeat, beat; sputter, splutter, flutter, flicker; wavering, faltering, wobble, teeter, totter, stagger, skip.
12. shock, start, scare, chill, surprise, stun; blow, jolt, wound, hurt; disturbance, upset, disappointment.
13. crack, break, rupture, fracture, fissure, split; hiatus, gap, space, hole, opening, cavity; chink, chip, chap, crevice, cranny; chasm, gorge, canyon.

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