febrific

adjective
fe·brif·ic | \ fi-ˈbri-fik \

Definition of febrific 

archaic

First Known Use of febrific

1710, in the meaning defined above

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febrific

adjective
fe·brif·ic | \ fi-ˈbrif-ik \

Medical Definition of febrific 

: producing fever

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