Endowing the feverish, PR-patrolled world of presidential politics with thoughtfulness and poise—now that would be radical.
Their free clinic in central Athens is housed in a shabby apartment that smells of feverish bodies and pungent medicine.
Still, this feverish sell-off appears to go a step beyond fundamentals in the tech sphere.
She wears no make-up, her eyes are glassy, and her feverish cheeks are aglow.
But this feverish scenario never had any real economic basis.
From pain, cold, and damp, a feverish shivering shook his whole body.
From the haggard face and feverish eyes he knew he hadn't slept yet.
Battalion, stand at—— after which they awaited with feverish nervousness the word of command.
That night I tossed upon my bed, feverish with new thoughts.
"I think I'll go up and ask him," he added, in a sort of feverish impulse.
feverish fe·ver·ish (fē'vər-ĭsh)
Having a fever.
Relating to or resembling a fever.
Causing or tending to cause a fever.