Definition of febrility in US English:

febrility

noun

  • See febrile

    • ‘But this is really just a symptom of the man's emotional febrility.’
    • ‘There is also, of course, a consistent expressionism in the vehement febrility of the musical materials, and the two choral sections of the opera so far completed seem to continue the dialogue between these qualities.’
    • ‘With a certain degree of febrility, she starts up the laptop.’
    • ‘There was a discretion to her febrility which was really good.’

Pronunciation

febrility

/fēˈbrilətē/