Examples of fever pitch in a Sentence
I worked myself up to a fever pitch of enthusiasm.
New allegations brought interest in the scandal to a fever pitch.
Demand for the new car soon reached fever pitch.
Recent Examples of fever pitch from the Web
Durant’s two free throws cut the lead to two at 103-101 with 3:39 remaining and the crowd was at a fever pitch.
As rumors of an engagement reach fever pitch, all eyes are on the fourth finger of Meghan Markle's left hand.
But the moves also come as hostilities between the two countries have reached fever pitch.
But in Europe, the style was good enough to get people to line-up outside of shoe stores in 1995, years before sneaker line culture hit a fever pitch.
From gradually announcing new features to slowly releasing the player ratings, the hype is reaching fever pitch.
Speculation about the job status of the Colts’ sixth-year coach reached a fever pitch after Indianapolis’ embarrassing showing Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Kirkuk has found itself at the heart of a long-running dispute between Iraq’s autonomous Kurdish region and its central government that reached fever pitch after Kurdish authorities staged a non-binding independence vote in late September.
In the United States, such sentiments reached fever pitch in 1981, when a 25-year-old named John Hinckley Jr., hoping to win Jodie Foster’s heart, tried to assassinate President Reagan and instead shot James Brady, the White House press secretary.
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Definition of fever pitch for English Language Learners
: a state of extreme excitement or activity
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