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ill 的同义词

(形容词) 
Definition
not in good health
He was seriously ill with pneumonia.
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unwell
He felt unwell as he was being driven back to his office.
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sick
She's very sick.
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poorly (informal)
I've just phoned Julie and she's still poorly.
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diseased
Clear away dead or diseased plants.
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funny (informal)
My head ached and my stomach felt funny.
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weak
I was too weak to move my arms and legs.
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crook (Australian, New Zealand, slang)
He admitted to feeling a bit crook.
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ailing
I stopped working to care for my ailing mother.
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frail
She lay in bed looking particularly frail.
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feeble
He was old and feeble.
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unhealthy
a poorly dressed, unhealthy looking fellow with a poor complexion
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seedy (informal)
All right, are you? Not feeling seedy?
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sickly
He had been a sickly child.
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laid up (informal)
I was laid up in bed with acute rheumatism.
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queasy
He was prone to sickness and already felt queasy.
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infirm
her ageing, infirm husband
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out of sorts (informal)
At times, he has seemed lifeless and out of sorts.
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dicky (British, informal)
He always has a dicky stomach after eating curry.
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nauseous
Sea travel makes me feel nauseous.
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off-colour
She felt off-colour but did not have any dramatic symptoms.
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under the weather (informal)
I'm feeling a bit under the weather today.
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at death's door
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indisposed
The speaker was regrettably indisposed.
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peaky
Are you feeling all right? You look a little peaky.
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on the sick list (informal)
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green about the gills
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not up to snuff (informal)
反义词
(形容词) 
Definition
bad, harmful, or hostile
ill effects from the contamination of the water
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harmful
the harmful effects of smoking
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bad
Eating too much of any food can be bad for you.
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damaging
Is the recycling process damaging to the environment?
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evil
Few people would not condemn slavery as evil.
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foul
He is accused of all manner of foul deeds.
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destructive
the awesome destructive power of nuclear weapons
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detrimental
These foods are considered detrimental to health.
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hurtful
Her comments were very hurtful to Mrs Green's family.
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pernicious (formal)
the pernicious effects of alcoholism
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noxious
carbon monoxide and other noxious gases
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ruinous
the ruinous effects of the conflict
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deleterious (formal)
Fear of crime is having a deleterious effect on society.
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injurious
Stress in itself is not necessarily injurious.
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disadvantageous
This policy has proved extremely disadvantageous for us.
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maleficent
反义词
(形容词) 
Definition
bad, harmful, or hostile
I bear no ill feelings towards you.
同义词
hostile
The Governor faced hostile crowds when visiting the town.
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malicious
She described the charges as malicious.
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harsh
He said many harsh and unkind things.
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adverse
The decision would have no adverse effect on the investigation.
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belligerent
He was almost back to his belligerent mood of twelve months ago.
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unkind
All last summer he'd been unkind to her.
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unfriendly
We got an unfriendly reception from the hotel-owner.
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malevolent
Her stare was malevolent, her mouth a thin line.
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antagonistic
Nearly all the women were antagonistic to the idea.
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hateful
They are not necessarily hateful, malicious people.
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bellicose
bellicose statements threatening tough action
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inimical
a false morality that is inimical to human happiness
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rancorous
a series of rancorous disputes
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反义词
(形容词) 
Definition
promising an unfavourable outcome
His absence preyed on her mind like an ill omen.
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bad
The closure of the project is bad news for her staff.
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threatening
a threatening atmosphere of rising tension and stress
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menacing
His bushy eyebrows gave his face a menacing look.
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unlucky
13 was to prove an unlucky number.
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sinister
There was something sinister about him that she found disturbing.
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gloomy
Officials say the outlook for next year is gloomy.
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dire
the dire predicament of the refugees
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ominous
There was an ominous silence at the other end of the phone.
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unhealthy
an unhealthy obsession with secrecy
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unfavourable
Unfavourable economic conditions were blocking a recovery.
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unpromising
His business career had distinctly unpromising beginnings.
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inauspicious
The meeting got off to an inauspicious start.
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unwholesome
My desire to be rich was an unwholesome desire.
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unpropitious
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bodeful
(名词) 
Definition
evil or harm
She is responsible for many of the country's ills.
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trouble
She tells me her troubles. I tell her mine.
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worry
Robert's health had always been a worry to his wife.
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trial
the trials of adolescence
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injury
The two other passengers escaped serious injury.
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pain
Her eyes were filled with pain.
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hurt
I was full of jealousy and hurt.
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distress
There was little support to help them in their distress.
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misery
There is no point dwelling on the miseries of the past.
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hardship
Many people are suffering economic hardship.
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woe
He did not tell his friends about all his woes.
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misfortune
He had had his full share of misfortunes.
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affliction
Hay fever is an affliction that arrives at an early age.
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tribulation
the trials and tribulations of everyday life
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unpleasantness
the unpleasantness of surgery and chemotherapy
(名词) 
Definition
evil or harm
I know it will be difficult for them but I wish them no ill.
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harm
It would probably do the economy more harm than good.
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damage
There have been many reports of minor damage to buildings.
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evil
Racism is one of the greatest evils in the world.
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grief
Their grief soon gave way to anger.
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trauma
spinal trauma
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anguish
A cry of anguish burst from her lips.
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mischief
The conference was a platform to cause political mischief.
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反义词
(副词) 
This development may bode ill for the government.
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badly
All involved in the story came out badly.
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unfavourably
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inauspiciously
(副词) 
Definition
with difficulty
We can ill afford another scandal.
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hardly
Nick, on the sofa, hardly slept.
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barely
His voice was barely audible.
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scarcely
He could scarcely breathe.
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just
He could just reach the man's head with his right hand.
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only just
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by no means
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at a push
反义词
(副词) 
He used his ill-gotten gains to buy a new house.
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illegally
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criminally
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unlawfully
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fraudulently
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dishonestly
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illicitly
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illegitimately
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unscrupulously
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foully
(副词) 
Definition
badly, wrongly
We were ill-prepared for last year's South Africa tour.
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insufficiently
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badly
You may have to work part-time, in a badly paid job with unsociable hours.
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poorly
poorly built houses
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inadequately
The projects were inadequately funded.
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imperfectly
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deficiently

其他同义词

in the sense of adverse
Definition
unfavourable to one's interests
The decision would have no adverse effect on the investigation.
in the sense of affliction
Definition
something that causes physical or mental suffering
Hay fever is an affliction that arrives at an early age.
in the sense of ailing
Definition
unwell or unsuccessful over a long period
I stopped working to care for my ailing mother.
同义词
ill,
poorly (informal),
crook (Australian, New Zealand, informal),
debilitated,
off colour,
under the weather (informal),

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