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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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The feverish student shall be immediately referred to the school physician for evaluation.
? THE long harm of the law was in evidence in ITV's feverish fourpart police procedural Bancroft.
Slim, feverish, and grim, the novella eulogizes the darkness of Germany's history.
He said many of them faced "a feverish search for legal assistance" after their deportation orders were unexpectedly resurrected by the US government after several years.
In the latest weekly report, the world's leading ship buyer said that "several eye-catching market vessels were concluded this week, especially a couple of large LDT dry bulk vessels that were fixed at levels well above the market, as these owners perfectly timed and exploited a feverish demand for single skin capesize bulkers/VLOCs, particularly from a resurgent Bangladeshi market.
His feverish hallucinations and illusions cause his day trips to the Louvre and other Parisian sights to have a fantastical dream-like quality.
BERKASOVO, Serbia, Dhu-AlHijjah 16, 1436, Sep 30, 2015, SPA --Afghan asylum-seeker Asina Ansari stood ankle-deep in mud on the border between Serbia and Croatia, clutching her feverish and shivering 2-year-old son Mohtar in a blanket, AP reported.
A Danish botanist's naive optimism clashes with the harsh reality of West African colonial life in "Gold Coast," an atmospheric early-19th-century morality tale in which the salt air, humidity and horror of its distant remove from law and order are made palpable, almost suffocating, by the period pic's feverish style.
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The infrared thermographs provided by NEC will be installed in locations such as international airports and border checkpoints in both countries, as a means of measuring many person's body surface temperatures at one time without making physical contact, and screening feverish individuals.
The next morning he drives away and is never seen again What happened to him has been the subject of feverish speculation ever since Jeff Pope's script based on John Pearson's book The Gamblers offers what it claims is a fresh explanation.
Prince William's wife Kate gave birth on Monday to a boy, who becomes third in line to the British throne, ending weeks of feverish speculation about the royal baby.
Wheat stocks were amounted by 109,353 tons, bought at high prices during feverish demand on wheat due to poor harvest in 2012," parliamentary committee said.
Feverish media interest is glimpsed through the eyes of Daisy (Laura Linney), who describes herself as fifth or sixth cousin to the president.
Since you asked I believe I have a kind of feverish hunger not a