Thesaurus / feverishness

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Alfred was working too, although he was not very well and had fits of feverishness.

The excitement in him passed into a feverishness that was painful.

The WaveAlgernon Blackwood

"Well; it is less common than other forms of feverishness, but will probably yield to the same remedies," was his only comment.

Cecilia de NolLanoe Falconer

One poor fellow, who had tossed in pain and feverishness for several days, caught sight of the words, 'And I will give you rest.'

Feverishness is generally supposed to be a symptom of fever; in nine cases out of ten, it is a symptom of bedding.

His mental agitation too was clarified as if all the feverishness had gone out of him in a fit of outward violence.

Under Western EyesJoseph Conrad

Not feeling so well owing to the amount of water I drank last night, which was induced by feverishness.

Julia's healthy constitution had resisted the threatened illness, the feverishness had gone with the headache.

The End Of The WorldEdward Eggleston

But from beneath the skins appeared bright faces and eyes which in the darkness gleamed with delight and feverishness.

Quo VadisHenryk Sienkiewicz

“I think it is nothing but a little cold and feverishness, Mrs. Upham,” Jerome added.

Jerome, A Poor ManMary E. Wilkins Freeman
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WORDS RELATED TO FEVERISHNESS

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