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  • adj. feverish

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Feverish.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Affected with fever; feverish.


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fever +‎ -y


  • It comes from a completely different part of my brain than the fevery stuff that sometimes stutters onto the page during my weekend writing.

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  • He had been going around with a snuffling, hay-fevery, thick head sort of thing a few days before, so she showed us on the X-ray how his sinuses were playing up with the nerves and roots of his teeth.

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  • Iz OK – hubbehcat cuts de grass, so I not get all hay-fevery.

    dude, dat spider wuz huge - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • O hai cweenmj! as pur yur instrukshiones*, ai hav gon tu teh pet store an bawt a nu litterbawks, 3 nom-bowls, a flloofy mause x 2, a floofy cube ? x2 an a floofy, fevery fing on a string an stik! mai Tammy finks itz hur burfday! hopez dis meetz wif yur approoval!

    Sory, mai - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • Well, still to come, do you have that achy, fevery, "I don't feel good" feeling?

    CNN Transcript Dec 29, 2005

  • Some has bad breths, none aint 2 swete, some is fevery, some is scrofilus, some has bad teeth,

    The Book of Humorous Verse

  • "I don't seem to have anything fevery about me," said Mrs. Jake, with an air of patient self-denial; and though both her companions were most compassionate at the thought of her real sufferings, they could not resist the least bit of a smile.

    A Country Doctor and Selected Stories and Sketches

  • Breath's hot, sir, but it don't smell nasty and fevery.

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  • I haven't had a shower yet, we are all tired and fevery, covered in toddler snot and baby drool, and as you can tell …

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  • Not that it mattered holding a party for London people, and a nursey type person in a flu epidemic or pan demic or what ever it is, as all of this was negated by the fact that a grumpy, fevery Jean came home from pre-school brandishing a letter saying that one of the children in her group was down with suspected swine flu and here where the guidelines - they had the previous week sent out what the education board and health people were suggesting.

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