feverishness


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fe·ver·ish

 (fē′vər-ĭsh)
adj.
1.
a. Relating to or resembling a fever.
b. Having a fever or symptoms characteristic of a fever.
c. Causing or tending to cause fever.
2. Marked by intense agitation, emotion, or activity: worked at a feverish pace.

fe′ver·ish·ly adv.
fe′ver·ish·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.feverishness - a rise in the temperature of the bodyfeverishness - a rise in the temperature of the body; frequently a symptom of infection
symptom - (medicine) any sensation or change in bodily function that is experienced by a patient and is associated with a particular disease
hyperpyrexia - extremely high fever (especially in children)
Translations

feverishness

[ˈfiːvərɪʃnɪs] N (Med, fig) → febrilidad f

feverishness

n
(= frantic nature)Fieberhaftigkeit f
(Med) → Fiebrigkeit f
References in classic literature ?
To any one not acquainted with him he seemed to be in his normal condition; but to his friends -- to Athos and Aramis -- was apparent a certain feverishness in his gayety.
Kindly attend to that little matter, Professor, as soon as you have corrected the feverishness.
At every jolt he again felt unendurable pain; his feverishness increased and he grew delirious.
His mental agitation too was clarified as if all the feverishness had gone out of him in a fit of outward violence.
This though is their longtime pet pursuit that they have had injected with a phenomenal intensity, feverishness and vehemence since the government's peace foray with the militants.
He knew no envy, no malaise, no prejudice, no discrimination, no ill-will, no bitterness, no competition, no feverishness.
There, he spends nights on the streets, inebriating himself till dawn and losing himself in the ephemeral sensations of disorderly, delirious, and frenzied nocturnal feverishness.
Seen through the prism of Hellman's work, Arslan's undertaking, with its endless panoramas and phantasmagoric feverishness, its unpopulated landscapes and flat characters, is an evocative exercise in plot abstinence and an emptiness so radical that it gains an alluring indeterminacy.
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NSAIDs are effective for general cold symptoms like feverishness, headache, and not feeling well.