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feverish

, feverous
suffering from fever, esp a slight fever
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Giles, who had been feverishly putting the tea-cups to rights, blushed very red, and said that he had had that honour.
Exulting in some brief triumph, or cast down by a defeat, there he sat so wild and restless, so feverishly and intensely anxious, so terribly eager, so ravenous for the paltry stakes, that she could have almost better borne to see him dead.
She would sometimes begin to cry suddenly and was often ill and feverishly delirious.
City celebrated their first win in Champions League football feverishly but amid the euphoria Aguero was later accused by the Spanish club of mocking Villarreal players.
Summary: Bidding feverishly for two hours, the winner of the Bid 2 Win auction for a Bose Lifestyle 48 Series IV DVD Home Entertainment System at The Dubai Mall got a bargain deal, saving about 30 per cent on the price of the product.
Rescue workers searching for survivors yesterday were feverishly prying open the wreckage of a passenger train that slammed head-on into a freight train near Los Angeles, killing at least ten people.
The music is definitely the epically epic in that C-mass tradition hut expect that SA style of Rob's: feverishly high-pitched (hut less Operatic) vox-skills, and I say this with utmost respect and approval.
Goodman, Vegas' flamboyant mayor who has worked feverishly in trying to lure an NBA franchise to his city, walked the red carpet outside the Thomas & Mack Center with showgirls on each arm.
What a surprise: Republicans feverishly exploiting their echo chamber to pound out a familiar percussive drumbeat that Democrats are weenie girly men who can't be trusted to keep their frilly underwear unsoiled, much less protect this country from terrorists.
Based upon recent events stemming from Major League Baseball (MLB), Olympic Track and Field, and the torturous Tour de France, the bottom line is easily discernable: We are facing a formidable PED upswing with a stout contingent of athletes from all sports who are being mentored and advised by astute associates who search feverishly for testing loopholes.
Mr 'Bite yer legs' himself could be seen feverishly scrambling around in his jacket pocket as one over-zealous, and seemingly non-football-loving, steward, asked him to display his credentials as he tried to move up into the stand.
Recently, as the Town of Wawa worked feverishly to save this important investment, the situation has shown signs of being resolved, but only because the alternative was unacceptable to the Town of Wawa supported by the office of its MPP and senior staff at the MTO and MNDM.