Definition of 'under the weather'
Example sentences containing 'under the weather'
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This seems to suggest that feeling under the weather is more than just folklore. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Phase two is all about discovering how he handles feeling under the weather. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Rarely, you might feel under the weather for a day or so. The Sun (2009)If you are feeling under the weather this morning, how are we going to fix it? The Sun (2011)MY youngest is feeling somewhat under the weather. The Sun (2014)This is a particularly useful outing if you are feeling under the weather, since the stone cures headaches. A Guide to Megalithic Ireland (1992) FEELING a bit under the weather? Times, Sunday Times (2007)But he says that he's feeling particularly under the weather today and is dreading the prospect of having his blood cleaned again tomorrow. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The 50-year-old Bees boss has been feeling under the weather. The Sun (2016) Feeling under the weather? Times, Sunday Times (2014)You're feeling a bit under the weather so unsurprisingly you won't feel inclined to push yourself more than you absolutely need to. The Sun (2016)For most of us the balance is not perfect - one day we feel fighting fit, the next a bit under the weather. Alternative Health Care for Women (1991)While storms lash the UK, your home will be feeling a little under the weather. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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