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pyretic

 [pi-ret´ik]
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feb·rile

(feb'ril, fē'brīl),
Denoting or relating to fever.
Synonym(s): feverish (1) , pyrectic, pyretic
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pyretic

(pī-rĕt′ĭk)
adj.
Relating to, producing, or affected by fever.
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feb·rile

(feb'ril)
Denoting or relating to fever.
Synonym(s): feverish (1) , pyretic.
[L. febris, fever]
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pyrectic
febrile,
, pyretic (pī-rektik, -retik)
Synonym(s): febrile.
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Here is that silver candelabra he addressed in pyretic tones.
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It frequently occurs as a self-limiting nonspecific influenza-like pyretic disease and is easily missed.
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