Definition for "ill"
- Not healthy; unwell: we begun to feel sick…
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- "When men speak ill of thee,…"
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Urban Dictionary for "ill"
- Not healthy; unwell: we begun to feel sick a week ago.
- maybe not normal; unsound: an ill problem of body and mind.
- Resulting in suffering; harmful or upsetting: the ill effects of a misconceived plan.
- Resulting from or suggestive of bad motives: ill deeds committed out of spite.
- Ascribing an objectionable quality: holds an ill view of this political group.
- Hostile or unfriendly: sick sensation between rivals.
- Harmful; pernicious: the ill effects of a misconceived plan.
- maybe not positive; unpropitious: sick predictions.
- perhaps not measuring up to recognized criteria of quality, since behavior or conduct.
- severely bad (bad enough to make one sick). Generally utilized indirectly with to-be.
- Contrary to great, in a physical sense; contrary or opposed to advantage, happiness, etc.; bad; wicked; regrettable; disagreeable; unfavorable.
- despite good, in a moral good sense; bad; sinful; incorrect; iniquitious; naughtly; bad; incorrect.
- ill; indisposed; unwell; diseased; disordered.
- maybe not according with guideline, physical fitness, or propriety; wrong; rude; unpolished; inelegant.
- suffering from an impairment of regular physical or mental purpose
- resulting in suffering or adversity
- presaging sick fortune
- suggesting hostility or enmity
- In a sickly or unsound way; maybe not really.
- hardly or with trouble.
- maybe not well; imperfectly, defectively; scarcely.
- In a ill fashion; defectively; weakly.
- with trouble or inconvenience; hardly or scarcely
- (`ill' is often used as a combining form) in a poor or improper or unsatisfactory manner; not well
- unfavorably or with disapproval
- tragedy, distress, or harm.
- Something that triggers suffering; trouble: the personal ills of urban life.
- a thing that reflects in an unfavorable way on one: don’t speak sick of me personally whenever I'm gone.
- Trouble; distress; misfortune; adversity.
- Harm or damage.
- Evil; ethical wrongfulness.
- A physical ailment; a disease.
- Unfavorable remarks or opinions.
- PCP, phencyclidine
- Whatever annoys or impairs joy, or prevents success; evil of any kind; misfortune; disaster; condition; pain.
- Whatever is contrary to great, in a moral sense; wickedness; depravity; iniquity; incorrect; evil.
- Evil; wrong; wickedness; depravity.
- Misfortune; calamity; adversity; tragedy; infection; pain.
- whatever is discreditable or harmful.
- Abbreviations of Illinois.
- Abbreviations of illustrated or of example.
- an often persistent bodily disorder or illness; an underlying cause for complaining
- ill-at-ease nervous or uncertain; uneasy: The stranger made myself feel ill-at-ease.
- naturally bad or wicked; of pernicious high quality or character; vicious; sinful; malevolent.
- Causing evil or harm; baneful; mischievous; pernicious; deleterious: as, it is an ill wind that blows nobody good.
- Marked or attended by wicked or suffering; devastating; wretched; miserable: as, an ill fate; an ill ending.
- Of bad import, bearing, or aspect; threatening; forbidding; harsh; inimical: as, sick news travels fast; an ill countenance.
- In a poor or disordered state morally; unbalanced; mix; crabbed; unfriendly; unpropitious; hostile: since, ill nature; sick temperament; ill feeling; sick might.
- In a disordered condition physically; diseased; weakened: as, becoming sick of a fever; to be taken ill; ill-health.
- perhaps not appropriate; not legitimate or polite; rude; unpolished: as, sick ways; sick breeding.
- Unskilful; inexpert: since, I am sick at reckoning.
- Badly; imperfectly; unfavorably; sadly.
- Not quickly; with difficulty, discomfort, or difficulty: since, he's ill able to keep losing.
- to complete evil to; damage; injure.
- To slander; defame.