febrile

[ fee-bruh l, feb-ruh l or, esp. British, fee-brahyl ]SEE DEFINITION OF febrile

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The pulse was febrile; sleep good, but attended with dreams.

For the most part, she hurried about with febrile, aimless movements.

And Swig says: "Well, Mr. Febrile, have you ever acted ill?"

Inspired with a febrile strength, he enjoyed a temporary advantage.

"You are mistaken, Don Louis," she said with febrile energy.

But you'll get over it,—it's only the febrile stage of knowledge.

His men and women are modern; they are of to-day, neurotic, morbid, febrile souls.

There is a serenity in his nervous, febrile, and tormenting talent.

They are very useful in bilious affections and dyspepsia, and in all febrile, putrid, and inflammatory complaints.

While turning in febrile restlessness, she had pushed the coverlets a little aside.

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