In the febrile atmosphere of Greece waiting for the onslaught everyone knows is coming, secret agents are proliferating.
In some febrile and plethoric cases it is difficult to obtain the full action of a Purgative.
The pulse was febrile; sleep good, but attended with dreams.
This is owing in some degree to profuse sweating, but also, as in other febrile affections, to retention of water.
For the most part, she hurried about with febrile, aimless movements.
The febrile heat may not continue more than two or three months, but the pulse will be frequent to the end.
Inspired with a febrile strength, he enjoyed a temporary advantage.
If febrile symptoms are sufficient to make us regard a disease as general, then there is no local disease, except when apyretic.
But you'll get over it,—it's only the febrile stage of knowledge.
With her friends a few yards in front of them there could be no danger of yielding to her febrile foolishness.
febrile feb·rile (fěb'rəl, fē'brəl)
Of, relating to, or characterized by fever; feverish.