Definition of feverish :
1. Disordered as by fever; excited; restless; as, the feverish condition of the commercial world.
2. Having a fever; suffering from, or affected with, a moderate degree of fever; showing increased heat and thirst; as, the patient is feverish.
3. Hot; sultry.
4. Indicating, or pertaining to, fever; characteristic of a fever; as, feverish symptoms.
superheated, incandescent, psyched, hyperactive, interested, febrific, intense, violent, rabid, worse, febrile, unfit, wild, fevered, excite, fragile, sick, fascinated, warm-blooded, flaming, wired, exuberant, demonstrative, red-hot, perfervid, alive, feverous, frenetic, failing, hot-blooded, can't put something down, frail, blazing, anticipatory, unwell, hectic, above normal, unhealthy, flushed, heated, pyretic, running a temperature, absorbed, charged, religious, overwrought, overactive, feelings, passional, fervid, frantic, fierce, vehement, infectious, ferocious, ill
emotional (part of speech: adjective)
excited (part of speech: adjective)
agitated (part of speech: adjective)
shaking, skittish, agitated, spastic, restless, upset, nervous, jittery, disquieted, perturbed, shivering, palpitating, quavering, quivering, uneasy, twitching, quaking, fluttered, writhing, wobbling, jumpy, churned, unquiet, convulsive, disturbed, distraught, twitchy, shaken, troubled, jerky, jarred, shuddering, erratic, trembling
hasty (part of speech: adjective)
insane (part of speech: adjective)
demented, maniacal, kooky, frenzied, babbling, lunatic, insane, deranged, crack-brained, brain-sick, psychotic, nutty, mad, unbalanced, berserk, crazy, hysterical, delirious, neurotic, schizoid, psycho, blithering, batty, irrational
hot (part of speech: adjective)
- You are quite feverish. - "King of the Castle", George Manville Fenn.
- Bourjot seized Henri's arm in a firm grip with her feverish fingers. - "Renée Mauperin", Edmond de Goncourt and Jules de Goncourt.
- What mattered it that behind that glittering window his mother and sisters grew feverish and excited over the vulgar details of their real but baser fortune? - "A First Family of Tasajara", Bret Harte.