Recent Examples of hay fever from the Web
Initially, Scott thought her breakout in full-body hives was hay fever — an allergic reaction triggered by her neighbor mowing the grass.
These range from the popular (zero waiting lists for nurseries) to the Utopian (zero hay fever).
People with asthma, eczema and hay fever seem to experience it more.
Many others followed his example, fleeing hay fever by going where pollen was quickly blown away.
Plants wouldn’t be directly linked to hay fever until 1859, when another British scientist followed his own allergies to make the connection.
Some of its consequences, like hay fever, are merely annoying.
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HAY FEVER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hay fever for English Language Learners
medical : a sickness that is like a cold and that is caused by breathing in plant pollen
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