feverish


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feverish

, feverous
suffering from fever, esp a slight fever
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Oh, how feverish you are; we must not send for a notary, but for a doctor."
A bright spot burned in either cheek, her respiration was short and difficult, and her pulse beat with feverish excitement.
The advice was followed readily, for the feverish symptoms increased, and her head ached acutely.
It was not only the hurry of preparation that made me feverish; not only the anticipation of the great change--the new life which was to commence to-morrow: both these circumstances had their share, doubtless, in producing that restless, excited mood which hurried me forth at this late hour into the darkening grounds: but a third cause influenced my mind more than they.
Yes, you are dripping like a mermaid; pull my cloak round you: but I think you are feverish, Jane: both your cheek and hand are burning hot.
One large, white, plump leg twitched rapidly all the time with a feverish tremor.
He came back to the charge, but this time Gryphus was in bed, feverish, and with a broken arm.
As the book progressed it took possession of him and he worked at it with feverish eagerness.
Despite his feverish gayety, even Michel Ardan was touched.
This night, however, in his feverish efforts to banish from his mind those fearful elements of woe and remorse which woke within him, he had indulged more than common; so that, when he had discharged his sable attendants, he fell heavily on a settle in the room, and was sound asleep.
Jim said it made him all over trembly and feverish to be so close to freedom.
A very restless and feverish night, however, disappointed the expectation of both; and when Marianne, after persisting in rising, confessed herself unable to sit up, and returned voluntarily to her bed, Elinor was very ready to adopt Mrs.