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Synonyms for pyretic

being at a higher temperature than is normal or desirable

Antonyms for pyretic

causing fever


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The numbers of pyretic horses in September and October during 2009-2013 were 16.
The mother did not carry risk factors including hypertension and diabetes mellitus in this pregnancy and her previous pregnancies and did not have any pyretic disease.
The upheaval and cruelty of war in its ability to fracture and rupture relationships - and to steal humanity from the most unlikely of people - is all bound in Aslam's lucid narrative and his ability to give voice to the most pyretic jihadist, fanatical freedom fighters on both sides, and the most sorrowful widow with equal dexterity.
1,3) Using the analogy of a thermometer, it is suggested that one would not wish to use such an instrument if it were so unreliable as to 'classify 40% of healthy individuals as pyretic and 40% of pyretic individuals as healthy'.
He was plethoric with tachycardia (116 bpm), hypertensive (136/92 mmHg) and pyretic (38[degrees]C).
Mortality was, infact, more from other diseases (Pneumonia, pyretic fever) followed by FMD.
Paracetamol is the least toxic of all anti- pyretic medications ( these include Voveron and Combiflam) and is easier for the compromised system to absorb.
1986a, "A model of oxidation in pyretic mine wastes: part 1: Equations and approximate solution, Applied Mathematical Modeling," 10(5), pp.