Definitions for quakingly
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
quakekweɪk(v.; n.)quaked, quak•ing
(v.i.)to shudder or quiver, as from cold or fear.
to shake or tremble, as from shock or instability:
The earth quaked.
an act or instance of quaking.
Origin of quake:
bef. 900; ME; OE cwacian to shake, tremble
In a quaking fashion, especially with fear.
He reads out the name of the boy, who rises respectfully and quakingly to his feet.
in a quaking manner; fearfully