from The Century Dictionary.

  • In a feverous manner; feverishly.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adverb obsolete Feverishly.

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  • adverb In a feverous way.


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  • When our healthcare system is the most expensive in the world with worst record among developed countries for actually helping the sick and the poor, here you are, feverously working to spend more on weapons, but not on saving lives.

    OpEdNews - Diary: Current Comedy 8/24/09: Reportage from Trent Franks' Kingman Rally, 2009

  • This was a great blow to Cicero, who clung feverously to Pompey as a political leader, but could not follow him in a coalition with Cæsar: for he knew that the object of it was a series of measures of which he heartily disapproved.

    The Letters of Cicero, Volume 1 The Whole Extant Correspodence in Chronological Order Marcus Tullius Cicero

  • Urged by fear and enfeebled by doubt, he wrote feverously, and, after three days of laborious and unnatural toil, submitted the result to Annie, who was now his only representative of the outer world, and the only person for whose criticism he seemed now to care.

    Far Above Rubies George MacDonald 1864

  • I have been feverously looking for work since I lost my job and I have had only 6 interviews in 20 months. Job Searching 2010

  • It was announced back in December that the World of Outlaws would return to Lone Star Speedway this season for the first time since 2004 and since that day, Hafertepe and his family have been working feverously to make sure that everything was in place for the biggest race the track will host this year.

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  • It's always a shame to hear about a young person losing their life feverously (sp?) 2009

  • We thought we'd start by getting some expert insight from the folks over at EA, who will be working feverously to make sure each incoming rookie is evaluated accurately looking towards future installments of the Madden NFL franchise.

    IGN Sports 2009

  • After feverously trying to climb as many learning curves as possible, Warren and his coworker spent the next few months designing, developing, and implementing the CRM application.

    The Daily WTF 2009

  • With a little less than a minute remaining in the round, War Machine secured the rear mount though, and feverously worked in a rear-naked choke, giving de Lorenzi no choice but to concede.

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  • Progressive education has been working on the removal of all accountability to God feverously for the last sixty or so years.

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