Febrifacient

Feb`riĀ·fa'cient adjective [ Latin febris fever + faciens , present participle of facere to make.] Febrific. Dunglison. -- noun That which causes fever. Beddoes.
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febrifacient

1. Causing or favouring the development of fever. ... Synonym: febriferous, febrific. ... 2. Anything that produces fever. ... See: pyrogenic. ... Synonym: febricant. ... Origin: L. Febris, fever, + facio, to make ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Febrifacient

• (n.) That which causes fever. • (a.) Febrific.
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febrifacient

febrifacient 1. A substance that produces fever. 2. Causing or favoring the development of fever. 3. Anything that produces fever.
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febrifacient

Type: Term Pronunciation: feb′ri-fā′shĕnt Definitions: 1. Causing or favoring the development of fever. 2. Anything that produces fever. Synonyms: febriferous, febrific
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