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such as sick. On this page you can see how to spell sick. Also,
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ghostly, exsanguinous, peaky, skin and bones, bag of bones, skeletonlike.
affected, ailing, cursed, decrepit, disabled, diseased, handicapped, ill, indisposed, infected, infested, infirm, morbid, nauseous, pestilent, sickly, unhealthy, Inflicted, in firm.
fed up, displeased
bored, disgusted, jaded, satiated, tired, weary, Revolted, blasé, up to here with.
grisly, yucky, Blood-stained, grody.
junker, minus, two bit, bottom of barrel, bottom-of-barrel, few bugs.
black, ghoulish, macabre, morose, sadistic, sickly.
not healthy, not feeling well
ailing, bedridden, confined, debilitated, declining, defective, delicate, diseased, disordered, down, feeble, feverish, frail, funny, green, ill, impaired, imperfect, in a bad way, incurable, indisposed, infected, infirm, invalid, lousy, mean, nauseated, peaked, poorly, queasy, rickety, rocky, rotten, suffering, tottering, under the weather, unhealthy, unwell, weak, wobbly, Qualmish, run down, hospitalized, in poor health, not so hot, sick as a dog, under medication, broken down, laid-up.
arthritic, atonic, neurasthenic, rheumatic, sclerotic, spastic, tremorous.
fidgety, bilious, Qualmish, green around gills, pukish.
overboard, smoking, Ultraist, Corybantic, steamed up, mad-dog.
all in, dog-tired, fagged, sick and tired, ready to drop, bone-tired, dead tired, dog tired, out of gas.
broken-down, confined, declining, delicate, disordered, dy, feeble, frail, impaired, imperfect, in a bad way, incurable, invalid, morbid, quarantined, rabid, rickety, suffering, weak, Distempered, hospitalized, at a low ebb, coming down with, feeling poorly, in poor health, looking green about the gills, not so hot, on the blink, out of kilter, physically run down, sick as a dog, under medication.
bipolar, certifiable, confused, deranged, hysterical, diminished responsibility.
afflicted, aguish, ailing, airsick, be sick, bedfast, bedrid, bedridden, bilious, brainsick, bronchitic, carsick, cast, cat, chuck, consumptive, convalescent, crazy, delirious, demented, diabetic, disgorge, disgusted, displeased, distracted, disturbed, dizzy, dyspeptic, faint, fed up, feverish, feverous, funny, giddy, gouty, green, hallucinating, honk, ill, indisposed, infirm, insane, laid low, laid up, light, light-headed, lightheaded, liverish, livery, mad, menstruating, nauseated, peaked, poorly, puke, purge, queasy, recovering, regorge, regurgitate, retch, scrofulous, seasick, sick of, sick-abed, sickish, sickly, sneezy, spastic, spew, spue, stricken, swooning, throw up, tired of, tubercular, tuberculous, unbalanced, under the weather, unhealed, unhinged, unwell, upchuck, upset, vertiginous, vomit, vomit up, woozy.
Examples of usage:
– A Daughter of the Land by Gene Stratton-Porter
– Historical Romances: Under the Red Robe, Count Hannibal, A Gentleman of France by Stanley J. Weyman
– Dorothy on a Ranch by Evelyn Raymond
– A Frontier Mystery by Bertram Mitford
– 'Lizbeth of the Dale by Marian Keith