One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘In the midst of his feverishness, he begins to understand the unfair balance of wealth and power in the world.’
- ‘The feverishness with which education is being promoted by some of the countries like the U.K. is an indication of the market situation.’
- ‘The feverishness of political discourse in the States boggles me.’
- ‘Less than a third of patients in each group experienced constitutional symptoms of feverishness or shivers.’
- ‘Rabies symptoms in humans begin with a feverishness, stiffness, itching, and pain at the bite wound.’
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