Definition of 'feverish'
Example sentences containing 'feverish'
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She knew she must drive herself forward with feverish energy or she would sink in a sea of misery. IN LOVE AND WAR (2002)He had no appetite now, and besides if he was feverish he surely shouldn't eat. PROSECUTOR (2002)We parted and slid down to the pillows, Heike feverish now with her hands up to her mouth. BLOOD IS DIRT (2002)
Trends of 'feverish'
Used Occasionally. feverish is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'feverish'
British English: feverish ADJECTIVE
Feverish activity is done extremely quickly, often in a state of nervousness or excitement.
Hours of feverish activity lay ahead. The tents had to be erected, the stalls set up.
Definition of feverish from the Collins English Dictionary
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