feverish

[ fee-ver-ish ]SEE DEFINITION OF feverish

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FEVERISH

"No, I ain't nervous," Garson cried, with a feverish effort to appear calm.

His appearance might have been the effect of a feverish cold.

For there she would feel no need of feverish action to pass the time.

Sophy was unwell, was feverish; the scarlet fever had been in the neighbourhood.

She did not eat; she did not drink; she looked haggard and feverish.

I was so feverish with expectation that I could not sleep the last three nights.

I stayed three days at her house, as I was so feverish that my life was said to be in danger.

Some eyes seemed to behold them, and feverish voices pointed them out.

And now that the wound is dressed you must try to sleep, and don't get feverish.

To the dazed, feverish girl, the figure seemed to have two pairs of arms.

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