Word of the Week: Febrile

Hey! I actually did another one of these within a week of each other. Cheers for consistency for two weeks!

From the Merriam-Webster’s Word of the Day:

Febrile \FEB-ryle\ or \FEEB-ryle\ adjective : marked or caused by fever (feverish). Can also be used in an emotional context. Originated in medicine, first used in the 17th century.

An example from my writing: “A jarring juxtaposition to the febrile chaos just moments before.”

How can you use this word in the next week? Can you see yourself using it?

xMae

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