fevered

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She roused every fevered nerve to do battle with the strong man for his son.

For months I was mad, fevered, delirious, and yet I could not die.

He had just supped, with but an indifferent appetite, so fevered was he by the events of his landing.

Would it, perchance, be of a lady that I talked in my fevered wanderings?

It was, in fact, a fevered delirium, often a veritable nightmare.

The fevered crisis past, he slowly returns to conscious memory.

Undoubtedly his feet were sore and swollen, red and fevered.

She came back one day from her lessons, shivering, wet, and fevered.

What, during those weeks, were my fevered dreams you may guess.

It may have been but a phantasm, born of her own fevered imagination.

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