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Cabin Fever

Cabin Fever - feeling boredom from being indoors for a long time

  • When I was in the hospital. I got cabin fever.
  • The girls get cabin fever during the winter, because it is to cold to go outside.
  • Did you get cabin fever when you broke your leg?
  • We get cabin fever if we do not go outside enough.
  • My father is in the hospital for the last 2 months. He has cabin fever.
  • My family got cabin fever during the hurricane, because we were in the house for 5 days.

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