feverously

feverous

[fee-ver-uhs]
adjective

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English; see fever, -ous

feverously, adverb
nonfeverous, adjective
nonfeverously, adverb
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feverish or feverous (ˈfiːvərɪʃ)
 
adj
1.  suffering from fever, esp a slight fever
2.  in a state of restless excitement
3.  of, relating to, caused by, or causing fever
 
feverous or feverous
 
adj
 
'feverishly or feverous
 
adv
 
'feverously or feverous
 
adv
 
'feverishness or feverous
 
n

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feverously
late 14c., from fever + -ous. Related: Feverously.
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