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It does sound like the motor mount has failed allowing engine vibration to transfer to the body. These are difficult to verify as the mount will appear fine visually. One way to confirm is to have an assistant sit in the car with it idling in gear with the brakes applied. Use a floor jack and block of wood under the engine oil pan and very slightly raise the engine. If the vibration changes or lessens then the mount collapsed internally and will need to be replaced.
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