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feverish

, feverous
suffering from fever, esp a slight fever
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The mental troubles caused by opium addictive ingestion were complicated by physical troubles: physical pains, general weakness, feverishness, and an alternation of constipation (caused by taking the drug) and diarrhoea (caused by not taking the drug); when he resisted taking the drug, the symptoms would be "indefinite Fear" or "nervous anxiety" (cf.
I like to exaggerate the elements of feverishness that exist within motionless artworks.
He said the players were complaining of sore throats and feverishness and reckoned he would be lucky if he had nine fit players if the game was played yesterday.
tuberculosis complex] have entered the body and typically have elicited immune responses" and "includes both latent infection and TB disease." Latent infection "is an asymptomatic condition that follows the initial infection; the infection is still present but is dormant (and believed not to be currently progressive or invasive)" and "might progress to TB disease." "[Active] TB disease is determined by finding anatomic changes caused by advancing infection (e.g., shadows from infiltrates on a chest radiograph) or by noting symptoms (e.g., malaise, feverishness, or cough), and typically by both." http://www.cdc.
Medicines for your baby LLOYDSPHARMACAY PARACETP A T MOL SUSPENSION CHERRYR flavour sugar-free and colour-free medicine for relief of mild to moderate pain and feverishness associated with teething, toothache, headache, colds, flu and postimmunisation fever.
Medicines for your baby LLOYDSPHARMACY PARACETAMOL SUSPENSION CHERRY flavour sugar-free and colour-free medicine for relief of mild to moderate pain and feverishness associated with teething, toothache, headache, colds, flu and postimmunisation fever.
This though is their longtime pet pursuit that they have had injected with a phenomenal intensity, feverishness and vehemence since the government's peace foray with the militants.
Beyond the feverishness of such predictions, it can safely be said that the omnipresence of media in general and mobile media in particular does produce and reflect new forms of sociability.
He knew no envy, no malaise, no prejudice, no discrimination, no ill-will, no bitterness, no competition, no feverishness....
There, he spends nights on the streets, inebriating himself till dawn and losing himself in the ephemeral sensations of disorderly, delirious, and frenzied nocturnal feverishness. In the daytime, however, the nocturnal delirium turns into diurnal weariness and anguish for Nakamatsu.
The seeds of this plant were used by the Santal healer in combination with leaves of Justicia gendarussa to treat rheumatism and feverishness, with leaves or fruits of Phyllanthus reticulatus to treat any recurrent chronic disease, and with leaves or bark of Litsea glutinosa to treat diabetes.