Definition of fever:

part of speech: verb

To put into a fever.

part of speech: noun

Disease marked by increased heat of body and quickening of the pulse; mental excitement.

part of speech: noun

Any disease characterized by marked increase of heat of the skin, quickened pulse, great weakness, thirst, etc.; a temperature of the human body exceeding 98. 6 degrees Fahrenheit; a condition of extreme nervous excitement.

part of speech: noun

A disease marked by great bodily heat and quickening of pulse; extreme excitement of the passions; a painful degree of anxiety.

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