There can be little doubt that such an occasion must have roused the patriotism of these people to fever heat.
All America is aflame with excitement—and New York itself is at fever heat.
During the day the excitement in the city had risen to fever heat.
For his part, Desmond O'Connor lived in a fever heat of passion.
The jockeys came up and mounted, and by this time the interest in the race had risen to fever heat.
Her nervousness and excitement, suppressed hitherto, were now at fever heat.
Mr. Marvel sat on the bench, and although no one took the slightest notice of him, his agitation remained at fever heat.
Religion may be up to fever heat, while morality is down to zero.
It comes over me like a wave of fever heat, and then passes off, leaving me cold and trembling.
This astonished Tom, and also fired his curiosity to fever heat.