English words and Examples of Usage

Example Sentences for "fever"

She is somewhat feverish and pale-lookingMy daughter is quite sick; she has a bad cough, a high fever, and a runny nose.

She is somewhat feverish and pale-looking. I think she should go home to bed.

Yuki worked feverishly from the minute classes ended until well past midnight to get her presentation ready for the next day.

She is burning up with fever, and is all red in the face.

You can try to bring down his fever by putting him in a cold bath.

If your son's fever goes any higher, you'd better take him to emergency.

Hockey fever has once again hit the country as the playoffs approach.

The fever finally broke after 3 days, and then he was fine.

Kazu said he felt like he had a fever after he met his wife because his love for her was so strong.

There is a Danish proverb which observes that if envy were a fever, all the world would be ill.

If your fever lasts more than a few days, you should consult your doctor.

Fever is usually defined as an oral temperature above 37.4 degrees.

Germs which invade the human body can only survive at a normal body heat, so a fever works to kill these bugs.

Discussion question: How is a fever treated in your culture? Are there any traditional remedies?

Find someone who has had a fever in the past six months.


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