feverish


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feverish

, feverous
suffering from fever, esp a slight fever
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The advice was followed readily, for the feverish symptoms increased, and her head ached acutely.
In the course of a few weeks she gradually recovers; the crisis is over; her heart is sad, perhaps, but quiet; and, let him return soon or late, it will never be feverish for him again.
I must state that I only revised the first part of the article," interposed Lebedeff with feverish impatience, while laughter rose from all around him; "but we fell out in the middle over one idea, so I never corrected the second part.
On the night of the 14th, the feverish symptoms accompanying his lordship's cold returned.
I hailed the darkness that shut Ireland from my sight, and my pulse beat with a feverish joy when I reflected that I should soon see Geneva.
Nutty sat back and gave himself up to feverish thought.
There is a feverish flush in her cheeks, a feverish brightness in her eyes, which he welcomes as the return of her beauty and the recovery of her spirits.
Perhaps I may have caught the feverish excitement of Laura's spirits for the last week.
Her eyes and cheeks had an almost feverish brilliancy; her head was thrown backward, and her hands were clasped with the palms outward, and with that tension of the arms which is apt to accompany mental absorption.
He was dozing off; the feverish shiver had ceased, when suddenly something seemed to run over his arm and leg under the bedclothes.
The commitment to putting out a high-quality, durable product and spending some feverish hours in the shop is starting to pay off.
The strips don't need to be refrigerated so they can be carried in a diaper bag, purse or glove compartment to use if a child gets feverish outside the home.