Their free clinic in central Athens is housed in a shabby apartment that smells of feverish bodies and pungent medicine.
feverish dramas of such magnitude and intensity are impossible to sustain for long.
Still, this feverish sell-off appears to go a step beyond fundamentals in the tech sphere.
But feverish speculation and the constant patter of Vaudevillian innuendo came to overshadow more serious business.
She wears no make-up, her eyes are glassy, and her feverish cheeks are aglow.
From pain, cold, and damp, a feverish shivering shook his whole body.
Sophy was unwell, was feverish; the scarlet fever had been in the neighbourhood.
Battalion, stand at—— after which they awaited with feverish nervousness the word of command.
I stayed three days at her house, as I was so feverish that my life was said to be in danger.
"I think I'll go up and ask him," he added, in a sort of feverish impulse.
feverish fe·ver·ish (fē'vər-ĭsh)
Having a fever.
Relating to or resembling a fever.
Causing or tending to cause a fever.