Sick synonyms

sĭk
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Ill means sick or not healthy.
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Of or associated with sickness
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Unsound or disordered.
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Having little capacity to withstand pressure or strain:
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Not firm in mind or purpose; not resolute; vacillating
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Irksome; tedious; tiresome
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In poor health; sickly
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(Gram.) In certain inflected languages, designating or of the tense of a verb that indicates a past action or state as uncompleted, continuous, customary, or going on at the same time as another: “was writing” and “used to write” are English forms corresponding to the imperfect tense in such languages
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Feeling nausea; nauseated
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Not free to move
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Causing or tending to cause fever.
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Having a feeling of nausea.
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Experiencing pain. syn.
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Characterized by or symptomatic of disturbed mental health:
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Nausea; qualmishness; as, sickness of stomach.
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Good or right in conduct or character; sometimes, specif., virtuous in sexual conduct
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having a strong distaste from surfeit
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To disgorge.
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To cause to feel nausea; make sick
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Of or pertaining to anemia.
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Suffering from or affected with an illness
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Able to be depended on for the discharge of obligations incurred; of unimpaired credit.
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Having or producing qualms
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Uneasy; troubled.
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Pleasantly satisfied or full, as with food.
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Frequently ill; often in poor health; given to becoming ill.
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Excessively fastidious; oversensitive
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Affected by something overwhelming, such as disease, trouble, or painful emotion.
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Suffering from or affected with an illness
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Below the required standard; unqualified:
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Not safe, firm, or solid; insecure
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Not well; indisposed; not in good health; somewhat ill; ailing.
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Not conducive to good health; unhealthy:
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(Of a stomach or gastrointestinal tract, referred to as stomach) Feeling unwell, nauseated, or ready to vomit.
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Sickly, infirm, of ailing health
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Of, relating to, or typical of a valetudinarian.
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Characterized by or causing distress or misery; dismal
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The definition of condition is the state something or someone is in or can also refer to a specific illness.
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Gross intemperance, esp. in drinking
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An abnormal condition of a part, organ, or system of an organism resulting from various causes, such as infection, inflammation, environmental factors, or genetic defect, and characterized by an identifiable group of signs, symptoms, or both.
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The definition of a paroxysm is a sudden physical response including laughing or sneezing.
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A sudden disturbing feeling:
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(Med. --- Archaic) A sudden attack of illness, as a stroke
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To diminish or impair in quality, character, or value:
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To rouse, stir up or excite.
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To make or become sick, ill, disgusted, distressed, etc.
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To exert a force that drives or impels, as to action
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Being especially well-adapted; felicitous:
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In a state of satisfaction.
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Ready to accept or acquiesce; willing:
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morbid
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Having a pleasant or attractive appearance:
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Not violent, harsh, or rough
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Free from foreign matter or pollution; unadulterated:
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Having good health; well; sound
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In good health.
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Not diseased.
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(Obsolete) To caress; to fondle.
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Mildly ill
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The definition of sic is to command a dog to start an attack.
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Horrible; frightful
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Grim is defined as stern or unmoving.
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Causing horror or disgust; grisly
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(Idiomatic) Frustrated, annoyed, tired.
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having a strong distaste from surfeit
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Immoderately fond; infatuated:
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Wildly confused or excited.
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(Computing) of an expression having different numbers of left and right parentheses
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(Usually humorous) Mentally ill.
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Whitish in complexion; pallid.
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Appearing weak, pale, or wan.
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Somewhat sick, but not seriously so.
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To eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth; throw up
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eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth
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To kill or otherwise get rid of (such individuals)
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To shed; molt:
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To look for sexual partners; have an affair or affairs:
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(Informal) to vomit
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To undergo the straining action of vomiting, esp. without bringing anything up
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(Intransitive) To vomit; to throw up; to eject from the stomach.
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(Slang) to vomit
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Obsolete form of spew.
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(Informal) To discard, to throw away.
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To vomit or experience vomiting.
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(Informal) To vomit: regurgitate the contents of one's stomach.
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To repeat (facts or other learned items) from memory with little reflection.
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To give up, abandon (something).
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Put out of order; jumbled
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Lacking in mental power, or in the ability to think, judge, decide, etc.
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Functioning poorly or incompetently:
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Suffering from or affected with an illness
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Taking an interest in unhealthy or unwholesome subjects such as death, decay, disease.
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Affected with rabies.
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(Archaic) Affected with or suffering from distemper; diseased.
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Referring to something that has received an infection
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Having or showing a sensitive or, sometimes, finicky distaste for what is considered offensive or improper
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The definition of frail is physically weak, fragile or delicate.
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Of a person: feeble in the joints; tottering.
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In poor condition, as from old age; infirm.
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Stored at a dock or other place of safety, as with a ship.
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Suffering from or affected with an illness
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Suffering from or affected with an illness
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Confined to bed because of illness or infirmity.
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Suffering from or affected with an illness
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Suffering from or affected with an illness
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Of an illness, condition, etc, that is unable to be cured; healless.
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(Idiomatic) functioning erratically, malfunctioning; not working or not working well. Usually refers to a mechanical or electrical device.
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Suffering from or affected with an illness
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Sickly-looking, peaky.
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Suffering from or affected with an illness
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(Simile) Very ill.
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Full of seeds
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Suffering from or affected with an illness
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Suffering from or affected with an illness
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Suffering from or affected with an illness
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(Idiomatic) Somewhat intoxicated or suffering from a hangover.
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(Idiomatic) Sad or discouraged, especially as indicated by one's facial appearance.
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Suffering from or affected with an illness
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Enjoying or requiring much food:
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Suffering from or affected with an illness
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Of or pertaining to something containing or consisting of bile.
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Suffering from or affected with an illness
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Exhibiting or relating to crapulence.
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Characterized by intemperance, esp. in drinking; debauched
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Run down, damaged, in disrepair.
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Suffering from psychological depression
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Dejected; discouraged
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(Archaic) Sharp; keen
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(Archaic) Evident; obvious
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The definition of insane is someone who acts or speaks strangely because their brain isn’t working correctly.
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Feeling or showing a yearning
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(Colloquial) Filled or packed with something.
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The definition of moribund is someone or something that is near death or that is lacking in life and vitality.
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Suffering from or affected with an illness
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Suffering from or affected with an illness
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(US, colloquial) To vomit.
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The definition of tired is being bored with something, or something that has become stale or being fatigued and in need of rest.
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Synonym Study

  • Indisposed suggests a slight, temporary illness or feeling of physical discomfort indisposed with a headache
  • Ailing usually suggests prolonged or even chronic poor health she has been ailing ever since her operation
  • In British usage sick generally means affected with nausea
  • he is sick, or ill, with the flu
  • Sick and ill both express the idea of being in bad health, affected with disease, etc., but sick is more commonly used than ill, which is somewhat formal he's a sick person
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