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Things ague often describes (“ague ________”)
fit, cake, fever, fits, chill, proof, fevers, chills, cheek, poison, attacks, hath, patients, districts, patient, drop, cures, attack, diseases, cure, complexion, weed, day, hunger, cakes, season, breeding, tree, paroxysm, months, daw, pills, subject, neuralgia, while, pains, spells, root, visages, spleen, disorders, district, medicine, remedies, symptoms, gout, dysentery, remedy, paroxysms, subjects, ferrets, prevalent, fens, tendencies, shivering, cholera, moth, freezes, neighbors, ailments, fen, quinine, thrill, quaking, filgees, commences, plague, affections, wrath, wonder, bringing, dwelleth, festival, shock, rheumatism, diphtheria, cachexia, drops, yester, lands, plant, complaints, pruche, shake, fiend, victims, wreck, cinquefoil, grass, fatigue, qualms, victim

Descriptive words:
tertian, quartan, quotidian, dumb, violent, severe, chronic, common, irish, hot, ordinary, intermittent, cold, obstinate, late, fantastique, day, prolonged, malarial, sharp, mighty, sudden, inward, terrible, untimely, french, feverish, slight, continual, regular, tertiary, double, continued, malignant, perpetual, epidemic, bad, fantastic, acute, grievous, intermitting, protracted, dreadful, pernicious, quintan, nervous, pestilent, continuall, persian, inveterate, masked, irregular, dangerous, uncomplicated, settled, called, incurable, deadly, preposterous, italian, lazy, diary, lingering, rebellious, quartaine, quartine, pestilential, endemic, rhythmic, autumnal, sore, sharpe

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Book See ague used in context: 8 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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