- s marked by intense agitation or emotion
worked at a feverish pace
- a of or relating to or characterized by fever
- s having or affected by a fever
- Our feverish planet badly needs a cure.
- In the span of a few days, Roosevelt, once America's youngest President and among its most vigorous, had become a feverish, at times delirious, invalid.
- There was feverish speculation in the corridors of the bureaucracy, as well as in the daily accounts of newspapers and TV news broadcasts.
- Wayne Gretzky in USA Today
He played so hard,Coyotes coach Wayne Gretzky said of Doan. "He was competing at a feverish pitch. When he got the goal, it was a big pick-me-up for him."
- Mark Schubert in Forbes
I was on the bus with him coming back from the pool and he was feverish and feeling really lousy,US head coach Mark Schubert said. "He had a really rough night, didn't sleep all night and had some other intestinal problems."
- Tim Henman in Sportinglife.co.za
Henman, who took just over an hour to polish off the world number 78, said: "To play so consistently, to not drop serve having not played for so long, it was a bit surprising. Friday night, Saturday I felt awful, I was feverish and not really...