febrifuge

noun feb·ri·fuge \ ˈfe-brə-ˌfyüj \

Definition of febrifuge

febrifuge

adjective

Origin and Etymology of febrifuge

French fébrifuge, probably from New Latin *febrifuga, from Late Latin febrifuga, febrifugia centaury, from febri- + Late Latin -fuga -fuge


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febrifuge

noun or adjective feb·ri·fuge \ ˈfeb-rə-ˌfyüj \

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