"It looks to me like a case of jungle fever," the lad said as he joined the Captain.
Or was he to go to India, to get shot by Sikhs, or carried off by a jungle fever?
You could no more give him jungle fever than you could make him ten feet high.
Among the least was a jungle fever, from which we suffered considerably.
But two of the fellows caught the jungle fever, and one of them died before we could get him out.
Many of these Paliyans suffer from jungle fever, as a protection against which they wear a piece of turmeric tied round the neck.
I got a touch of jungle fever when I was down in the cypress swamps and was still feeling pretty rocky.
The Indians seldom have jungle fever or malaria and if the mosquitoes do bite them there are no bad effects.
During this campaign he had been shot in the shoulder and had had a severe attack of jungle fever.
Tigers are pests enough,” said the doctor, “but intermittent or jungle fever is to my mind the pest of the country.