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Of a fever or (in later use) other disease or condition: characterized by repeated attacks that begin before the previous one has ended.
Late 17th century (in an earlier sense). As noun from post-classical Latin subintrant-, subintrans, use as noun of subintrant-, subintrans, present participle.
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