fever

[ fee-ver ]SEE DEFINITION OF fever

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Brother Mark of the Spicarium is sore smitten with a fever and could not come.

"I'll do it," I cried, no longer able to resist, for the fever of it was in my blood.

"Yes, and catch their deaths of fever and ague," said Mrs. Bartlett.

He was all right when I left him, two hours ago, with not a sign of fever.

Not long after his arrival he had a slight attack of fever, which confined him to his bed.

His anxiety made him low-spirited; this brought on an attack of fever.

Two only lie in this grave, Mr. Murphy and a lady who died of fever.

The fever was in his brain, the magic of the tropic moon was flooding his soul.

We put him to bed, and in a short time he wakened, raving with a fever on his brain.

I was seized with a fever, which left me in a state of alarming debility.

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