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Verb
/ˈfēvər/,
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fevers, plural;
  1. Bring about a high body temperature or a state of nervous excitement in (someone)
    • - a heart which sin has fevered
Noun
  1. An abnormally high body temperature, usually accompanied by shivering, headache, and in severe instances, delirium
    • - I would take aspirin to help me with the pain and reduce the fever
    • - African equine fever
  2. A state of nervous excitement or agitation
    • - I was mystified, and in a fever of expectation
  3. The excitement felt by a group of people about a particular public event
    • - election fever reaches its climax tomorrow

  1. a rise in the temperature of the body; frequently a symptom of infection
  2. intense nervous anticipation; "in a fever of resentment"
  3. (fevered) highly excited; "a fevered imagination"
  4. Fever (also known as pyrexia or controlled hyperthermia) is a common medical sign characterized by an elevation of temperature above the normal range of due to an increase in the body temperature regulatory set-point. This increase in set-point triggers increased muscle tone and shivering.
  5. "Fever" is a song credited to Eddie Cooley and "John Davenport" (a pseudonym for Otis Blackwell). The song is a rhythm and blues hit for Little Willie John that crossed over and became a pop standard after being transformed, with additional lyrics, by Peggy Lee, on her album All Aglow Again. ...
  6. Fever (Gorączka) is a 1981 Polish drama film directed by Agnieszka Holland. It was entered into the 31st Berlin International Film Festival where Barbara Grabowska won the Silver Bear for Best Actress.
  7. Fever is a 1989 Australian-American erotic thriller/comedy film about an Australian policeman who finds a suitcase full of money, and the course of events which unfold when he decides to keep it. The film was directed by Craig Lahiff, and stars Bill Hunter, Gary Sweet, and Mary Regan.
  8. Fever (1999) is a psychological thriller by Alex Winter.
  9. "Fever" is a song by American hard rock band Aerosmith. It is from the band's massively successful 1993 album Get a Grip. It was written by Steven Tyler and Joe Perry and is the only Tyler/Perry song on Get a Grip written without the aid of "song doctors". ...
  10. Fever was a disco studio group from Ohio who scored a number of hits on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play Chart, the most successful being "Beat of the Night" / "Pump It Up," which hit #1. Group members included Clydene Jackson, Dale Reed, Joe Bomback and Dennis Waddington.
  11. There have been three series of the British sitcom Black Books, each with six episodes. Co-writer and star Dylan Moran has hinted that there will be no more series, and The Times reports the series has been “killed off”.
  12. Fever is the third studio album by Welsh heavy metal band, Bullet for My Valentine. Containing eleven tracks, the album was released on April 26 and 27, 2010 in the UK and in the US, respectively. ...
  13. A higher than normal body temperature of a person (or, generally, a mammal), usually caused by disease; Any of various diseases; A state of excitement (of a person or people); A group of stingrays
  14. an abnormal temperature of the body. A fever generally indicates that there is an abnormal process occurring in the body.
  15. To dream that you are stricken with this malady, signifies that you are worrying over trifling affairs while the best of life is slipping past you, and you should pull yourself into shape and engage in profitable work. ...
  16. body temperature is raised above normal and is usually a sign of infection or illness.
  17. An increase of > 1°C in temperature over the pre-transfusion temperature during or within 4 hours of the completion of the transfusion.
  18. Abnormally high body temperature.
  19. A fever is when you have a high body temperature (over 38C or 100.4F).
  20. AND ANAPYREXIA are the two most studied thermoregulatory responses. Fever is caused by infectious, inflammatory, and other stimuli. ...
  21. temperature greater than or equal to 102.0°F (greater than or equal to 38.9°C)
  22. (as high as 105°F, or 40.5°C) and chills.
  23. An elevation of body temperature. Temperature above 101°F (38.3°C) orally, above 102°F (38.9°C) rectally, or 100°F (37.8°C) or higher taken axillary (armpit) or measured by an equivalent method.
  24. A rise of body temperature above the normal.
  25. medically referred to as pyrexia, a fever is defined as a body temperatureabove 98.6 degrees Farenheit, measured in the mouth or 99.8 degrees Farenheit, measured inthe rectum. Fever may occur in bacterial or viral infections or in noninfectiousconditions such as dehydration.