Apyrexy

In pathology, apyrexy, or apyrexia (Greek απυρεξια, from α-, privative, πυρεσσειν, to be in a fever, πυρ, fire, fever) is the normal interval or period of intermission in a fever. Also, the absence of a fever. ...
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apyrexy

<medicine> The absence or intermission of fever. ... Origin: NL. Apyrexia, fr. Gr.; priv. + to be feverish, fr. Fire: cf. F. Apyrexie. ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Apyrexy

• (n.) The absence or intermission of fever.
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