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- n. The quality of being feverish
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being feverish; a slight febrile affection.
- n. Hence Heated or fitful agitation or excitement: as, the feverishness of popular feeling.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a rise in the temperature of the body; frequently a symptom of infection
The term feverishness is used when the temperature ranges from 99° to
It had almost a kind of feverishness -- as if she relished fully the position she held towards
I am exceedingly vexed about your "feverishness"; for I know it is just that you are taking the opportunity of being your own entire master to sit up at nights and work at odd hours and play the devil with yourself.
They are better than milk, as milk frequently produces "feverishness," while fruit juices allay it.
Men with the condition, known as post orgasmic illness syndrome or POIS and documented in medical journals since 2002, get flu-like symptoms such as feverishness, runny nose, extreme fatigue and burning eyes immediately after they ejaculate.
And the feverishness of today is going to be completely forgotten, or as close to that as possible.
It was starting to take during slightest dual hours, considering a feverishness as good as my own miss of earthy endurance, to get to dads 'house.
The high feverishness during a outset will frail a breast skin as well as close in a turkey juices so they do not frizzle away.
The climates in question have been those that a dual travel through together, from a feverishness of a summer to a snow white blizzard.
Tolteca was reminded of Carnival Week on Nuevamericanot the com-mericalized feverishness of the cities, but masquerade and street dancing in the hinterlands, where folk still made their own pleasure.
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