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afebrile

[ ey-fee-bruhl, ey-feb-ruhl ]
/ eɪˈfi brəl, eɪˈfɛb rəl /
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adjective
without fever; feverless.

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Origin of afebrile

First recorded in 1870–75; a-6 + febrile

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How to use afebrile in a sentence

  • Of the latter only one had a rise of temperature, while of the typical group only one was afebrile.

    Benign Stupors|August Hoch

British Dictionary definitions for afebrile

afebrile
/ (æˈfiːbraɪl, eɪ-) /

adjective
without fever
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