feverish


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being at a higher temperature than is normal or desirable

characterized by intense emotion and activity

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marked by intense agitation or emotion

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of or relating to or characterized by fever

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having or affected by a fever

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By using infrared thermography, it is possible to carry out screenings of feverish individuals safely, and in real-time, without making physical contact with the subject.
The activity becomes more feverish as the time passes.
2 : characteristic of or relating to a fever <a feverish nightmare>
5-year period at urban emergency and urgent care facilities, 484 parents were asked about attitudes, beliefs, and actions when they perceived their children were feverish.
Payment of this allowance is one of a series of benefits that Batelco gives to its employees that aim to improve their well-being and encourage further productivity; especially in light of the feverish competition that the telecom industry is witnessing locally and regionally.
IT'S certainly a feverish time for kid's fantasy fiction.
Spaniard Alonso has been the subject of feverish speculation over his future since his public falling-out with McLaren boss Ron Dennis earlier this year, but Massa's new deal at the Scuderia firmly slams the door on the reigning two-time champion.
While in recent years the feverish pace of appreciation for commercial assets in Manhattan seemed to be driven in large part by the increased recognition among both institutional and private investors of real estate as an investment class, Manhattan's tightening rental market has many convinced that the pace of appreciation can continue into 2007.
The deal continues Jupitermedia's almost feverish expansion endeavors in 2006.
For the first half of the book, the teens' stories are told separately in alternating chapters, as Ruslan travels through Aceh Province to find his father and Sarah searches for a doctor for feverish Peter.
When I was a boy the great "battle hymns" of the church were sung often and with almost feverish enthusiasm.
I was born a rich bastard and died a poor one," begins Manuela's feverish, page-turning narrative as imagined by the gifted gay author and poet Jaime Manrique.
During Lent, there is a feverish activity for putting your soul together.
Chapters of Turn The Beat Around explores New York, where disco originated; disco's links to sexuality, its feverish era of popularity, its movement underground, and its legacy today.
Such feverish, virtuosic monumentality is brought up short by humble, queasy green structures (huts, a rustic bridge), rendered with the flat precision of a fairy-tale illustration, that stake out patches of human territory.