fever


fever
01. My daughter is quite sick; she has a bad cough, a high [fever], and a runny nose.
02. She is somewhat [feverish] and pale-looking. I think she should go home to bed.
03. Yuki worked [feverishly] from the minute classes ended until well past midnight to get her presentation ready for the next day.
04. She is burning up with [fever], and is all red in the face.
05. You can try to bring down his [fever] by putting him in a cold bath.
06. If your son's [fever] goes any higher, you'd better take him to emergency.
07. Hockey [fever] has once again hit the country as the playoffs approach.
08. The [fever] finally broke after 3 days, and then he was fine.
09. Kazu said he felt like he had a [fever] after he met his wife because his love for her was so strong.
10. There is a Danish proverb which observes that if envy were a [fever], all the world would be ill.
11. If your [fever] lasts more than a few days, you should consult your doctor.
12. [Fever] is usually defined as an oral temperature above 37.4 degrees.
13. Germs which invade the human body can only survive at a normal body heat, so a [fever] works to kill these bugs.

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