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fevered

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Illness & disability
feveredfe‧vered /ˈfiːvəd $ -ərd/ adjective [only before noun] literary  1 EXCITEDWORRIEDextremely excited or worried syn feverish the child’s fevered cries2 MIsuffering from a fever syn feverish his fevered brow (=a hot forehead caused by a fever)3 a fevered imagination/mind/brain
Examples from the Corpus
feveredIf the building is rented, there is little opportunity for practical work except for some fevered activity on Sunday.Cold realisation of what she was doing swamped her fevered body.We soothed fevered brows with cool hands and shooed away demons with a look.Security kept the band's fevered fans away from the stage.Each fevered quest for a true love left me more adrift than ever.Periodically one of us dropped into a fevered sleep.fevered browShe smoothed the child's fevered brow.Oh, well, this won't soothe any fevered brows.We soothed fevered brows with cool hands and shooed away demons with a look.
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