- the heat of fever; body heat exceeding 98.6°F (37°C).
- feverish excitement.
Origin of fever heat
First recorded in 1830–40
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Examples from the Web for fever heat
But if you wish also to see a State at fever-heat, I have no objection.The Republic
Expectancy was at fever-heat, and each and every man was wondering what was about to happen.The Twins of Suffering Creek
Dicksie with her pulses throbbing at fever-heat heard the words.Whispering Smith
Frank H. Spearman
Whereupon the temperature fell to below normal from fever-heat.The History of Sir Richard Calmady
The hall was packed to its utmost capacity, and the enthusiasm at fever-heat.Music and Some Highly Musical People
James M. Trotter