shaking with cold or fright ...Bk1893 Eng. dial.
reduplication of shivery
FIRST DOCUMENTED USE
1893 - Shivery-bivery. All in a shake with cold or fright
From: A Glossary of Words Used in the County of Wiltshire
- George Edward Dartnell & the Rev. Edward Hungerford Goddard
"...And what happened?" Edwin had asked, pen poised over notebook.
"It were a foggy night, sir. I stood a bit away and watched that stone very close, you may be sure. All of a sudden there was a crash. I went all shivery-bivery, sir, and took to my heels..."
From: The Guardian Stones
- Eric Reed, 2016