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fe·brile / ˈfebˌrīl; ˈfēˌbrīl/ • adj. having or showing the symptoms of a fever: a febrile illness. ∎  having or showing a great deal of nervous excitement or energy: a febrile imagination. DERIVATIVES: fe·bril·i·ty / fēˈbrilətē/ n.

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febrile

febrile XVII. — F. fébrile or medL. febrīlis, f. febris FEVER; see -ILE.

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febrile

febrile (fee-bryl) adj. relating to or affected with fever.

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febrile

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