- producing, resembling, or resulting from ague.
- easily affected by or subject to fits of ague.
- shaking; quivering.
Origin of aguish
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Examples from the Web for aguish
During the night Don Luis was attacked with aguish symptoms.California</p>
J. Tyrwhitt Brooks
Morse had lived before in aguish districts, and had no fear.Selected Stories
The smell of the aguish flats which fringed that part of Paris rose strong in his nostrils.Count Hannibal
Stanley J. Weyman
An aguish climate will make inhabitants sheer off speedily to healthier localities.Cedar Creek
Elizabeth Hely Walshe
By these Methods frequently the aguish Paroxysms became gradually milder, and at last vanished.