Shane looked…pale. Pale and shaken and—how predictable was this?—pissed. - Rachel Caine
Not that you lied to me, but that I no longer believe you, has shaken me.
Monty Python's usual schoolboy humour is here let loose on a period of history appropriately familiar to every schoolboy in the West, and a faith which could be shaken by such good-humoured ribaldry would be a very precarious faith indeed.
It always felt as though there were a shaken beehive living in my chest. I could never rest. - Stacy Morris
And now she must continue the day as if the strange dream hadn’t picked up her life and shaken it upside down like a snow globe, dislodging everything that wasn’t glued down."The Dream Jumper's Promise - Kim Hornsby
No matter what kind of circumstances come together, if one’s stillness is not shaken and his goal does not change; he is known to have attained religion. - Dada Bhagwan
Deep within I'm shaken by the violence of existing for only you... - Sarah McLachlan
Unafraid, Unashamed, Lord we know who we are,We are the people and we won't be silent.Unified hear us cry at the top of our lungs,You are our God and we will not be shaken! - Hillsong United
Ninja faith stands. It is not shaken when things seem contrary to what one expects. Ninja faith chooses to believe the truth. - Anna M. Aquino
Some people experience rare moments when everything they believe is challenged. Or at least shaken up. Those moments stay with them. Surprise, real surprise, is an exotic thing not soon forgotten. - Gregory Miller
Bruised, beaten, shaken, weakened, tossed, thrown, lost, alone, heard, helped, healed, hope... it still works. - N'Zuri Za Austin
That day had changed him. It had changed the entire village. Shaken by the death of a boy they had loved, each person had found ways to be more worthy of the sacrifice he had made. They had become kinder, more careful, more attentive to one another. - Lois Lowry
Being shaken to death by a Hawaiian tourist look-alike was not how Arena imagined her death. - Lynn Blackmar
ERUDITION, n. Dust shaken out of a book into an empty skull. So wide his erudition's mighty span, He knew Creation's origin and plan And only came by accident to grief -- He thought, poor man, 'twas right to be a thief. Romach Pute - Ambrose Bierce