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febrifugal

[fi-brif-yuh-guh l, feb-ruh-fyoo-guh l] /fɪˈbrɪf yə gəl, ˌfɛb rəˈfyu gəl/
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1.
of or acting as a febrifuge.
Origin of febrifugal
1655-1665
1655-65; see febrifuge, -al1
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