English Thesaurus

Synonyms of 'feverish'

(adjective) 
Definition
in a state of nervous excitement
a state of feverish excitement
Synonyms
frantic
A bird had been locked in and was now quite frantic.
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excited
There's no need to get so excited.
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distracted
My father was distracted by grief.
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frenzied
the frenzied activity of the general election
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impatient
They are impatient for jobs and security.
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agitated
She seemed agitated about something.
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frenetic
the frenetic pace of life in New York
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overwrought
When I'm feeling overwrought, I try to take some time out to relax.
Opposites
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unfazed (informal)
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unexcitable
(adjective) 
Definition
suffering from fever
She looked feverish; her eyes glistened.
Synonyms
hot
feeling hot and flushed
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burning
She glared at both of them with burning, reproachful eyes.
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flaming
She had a flaming row with her lover.
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flushed
Young girls with flushed faces pass by.
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hectic
The two days we spent there were enjoyable but hectic.
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inflamed
Her eyes were sore and inflamed.
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febrile (formal)
The child was in a febrile condition.
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pyretic (medicine)

Additional synonyms

in the sense of agitated
She seemed agitated about something.
Synonyms
shaken,
rattled (informal),
worked up,
ruffled,
unnerved,
disquieted,
flustered,
fazed,
hot under the collar (informal),
in a flap (informal),
hot and bothered (informal),
antsy (informal),
angsty,
all of a flutter (informal),
discomposed,
flapping (informal)
in the sense of burning
She glared at both of them with burning, reproachful eyes.
Synonyms
in the sense of distracted
My father was distracted by grief.

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