I could quarrel with the climate, but surely, if it is subject to the ague, there is a fever fit as well as a cold one.
There had been a hard winter, and after it the poor woman had suffered from fever and ague.
Instead, however, the curtains only grew more and more agitated, shaking violently as if they had the ague.
I shook from head to foot, as if I had had the most violent fit of the ague.
The following day, and many days, he lay very ill with fever and ague, and hardly knew what he was doing.
Rosina leaned back in her corner and shook as if she had the ague.
As he raised it all present, including ague, bowed and bent the knee.
He allows ye ain't got no ague; it's jest wind and dyspepsy.
I have been ill for three weeks with pains in the back, and fever and ague everywhere.
The hand that drew the revolver from his belt trembled as with an ague.
ague a·gue (ā'gyōō)
A febrile condition, especially associated with malaria, characterized by alternating periods of chills, fever, and sweating.
A chill or fit of shivering.
the translation in Lev. 26:16 (R.V., "fever") of the Hebrew word kaddah'ath, meaning "kindling", i.e., an inflammatory or burning fever. In Deut. 28:22 the word is rendered "fever."