One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘she's really sick and feverish’
febrile, fevered, with a high temperature, hot, burning, sweating
informal with a temperature
2‘he was thrown into a state of feverish excitement’
frenzied, frenetic, hectic, agitated, excited, restless, nervous, worked up, overwrought, frantic, furious, distracted, hysterical, wild, manic, maniacal, like one possessed
informal in a tizzy
British informal swivel-eyed
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