The advantage gained by either side was small, and the only effect was to keep the war sentiment at fever-heat.
But if you wish also to see a State at fever-heat, I have no objection.
The fever-heat throbbed again in her blood, and flushed fiercely in her cheeks.
Dicksie with her pulses throbbing at fever-heat heard the words.
But, if depressed for the moment, on reaching “the Moorings” the thermometer of their spirits jumped suddenly to fever-heat.
Therefore he must, by all possible means, keep them at fever-heat.
The thousands were at fever-heat hour after hour, in their intense excitement.
A corresponding passion and indignation stirred my blood to fever-heat.
Expectancy was at fever-heat, and each and every man was wondering what was about to happen.
How some people do ruffle me into a fever-heat of dislike and ardent opposition.