The Clarence Darrow-William Jennings Bryan exchange would be exhumed and feverishly relitigated.
While we were waiting for our luggage I saw him feverishly tapping his iPad.
The Israel feverishly expecting the presidential touchdown is no longer the Israel that welcomed George W. Bush in January 2008.
The Group of Death is back in action with one of the most feverishly anticipated games of the first round.
As Obama's staff is feverishly pointing out, Romney has been all over the place on gay rights.
feverishly we worked to remove the debris which pinned them down.
They had talked afterward so feverishly, as if to forget their situation.
Omega knelt by her side, took her cold hands in his and feverishly kissed her brow.
And oh, so feverishly happy, except that waiting is hard, so hard.
All Europe and all America, are feverishly scrambling for money.
feverish fe·ver·ish (fē'vər-ĭsh)
Having a fever.
Relating to or resembling a fever.
Causing or tending to cause a fever.