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feverish

, feverous
suffering from fever, esp a slight fever
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For example, Mr Letterblair/Norman Lloyd, Newland's superior at the law firm where he works, will use a metal cigar clipper to snip off the end of his cigar with cold efficiency, when he instructs Newland to persuade Ellen not to sue for a divorce, and Newland will ineptly demonstrate his "new stylographic pen" to Ellen when, full of desire, he pursues her in Boston, the pen needing to be briskly shaken to make it work, with Newland describing the process as like jerking down the mercury in a thermometer, a reminder of the feverishness of their encounters.
The institute is located at the border between the city and the countryside, and the text itself carries an open visa between the actual experience to which Guibert alludes at the novel's opening and the slight feverishness of his own imagination.
All I am aware of is a compensatory activity which resembles the feverishness of drunken grave-diggers.
Data were collected hourly on two of the primary symptoms: feverishness (0=normal, 10=severe problem) and fatigue (0=normal, 10=severe problem).
On November 3, 2003, a 48-year-old man from the Caribbean sought care at an emergency department in Westchester County, New York, USA, after an episode of near syncopy; a 2-A week history of feverishness, cough, fatigue, and myalgia; and a 10-pound weight loss over 2 months.
Uses: Symptomatic relief of influenza, feverishness, chills and colds including headache, chesty cough, sore throat pain,aches and pains, nasal congestion, sinusitis and its associated pain, and acute nasal catarrh.
Symptoms of the disease, which is non-contagious but is spread through the air in tiny water droplets, include high temperature, feverishness and chills, coughs, muscle pains, headaches, pneumonia, mental confusion and diarrhoea.
One of these withdrawals was a 27-year-old man who developed feverishness and aplastic anaemia following mistaken medication with 180 mg/day of the T.
Bass registers (from strings, woodwind and heavy brass) are truly sepulchral, the lines from these depths giving a proper feel of continuity beneath surface feverishness.
It is also very effective in treating colds, flu and feverishness.