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    Red face Fever pitch

    Hi,

    How would I use "fever pitch" in a sentence.

    Is the sentence correct?

    The game is in fever pitch.

    Thanks

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    Default Re: Fever pitch

    The correct phrase is "at a fever pitch" = at a fast pace

    (I have also heard people say "at a fevered pitch", but I'm not sure which is "correct". Possibly both!)

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    Well I read somewhere that "fever pitch" corresponds to excitement.

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