physically or mentally unwellShe's very sick.
He felt unwell as he was being driven back to his office.
I've just phoned Julie and she's still poorly.
Clear away dead or diseased plants.
crook (Australian, New Zealand, informal),
He admitted to feeling a bit crook.
under par (informal),
I stopped working to care for my ailing mother.
While I was ill I was too feeble to even stand.
laid up (informal),
I was laid up in bed with acute rheumatism.
under the weather (informal),
I'm feeling a bit under the weather today.
The speaker was regrettably indisposed.
on the sick list (informal)
vomiting or likely to vomitThe very thought of food made him feel sick.
disgusted by or weary of(informal) I am sick of hearing all these people moaning.
I was tired of being a bookkeeper.
I am getting very bored with this entire business.
I'm fed up and don't know what to do.
I am growing weary of your constant complaints.
We had both become jaded, disinterested and disillusioned.
his seemingly blasé attitude
deeply affected with mental or spiritual distressWe were sick to concede that third goal.
I was disappointed that she was not there.
Larry is suffering from an upset stomach.
depressed, , , , ,
He seemed somewhat depressed.
I've become very disillusioned with politics.
The government tried to appease discontented workers.
Disgruntled employees recently called for his resignation.
I'm disenchanted with my marriage at the moment.
He often felt despondent after these meetings.
Don't be so downhearted.
making fun of death, illness, or misfortune(informal) a sick joke about a cat
Some people have a morbid fascination with crime.
They should spend a long time in jail to reflect on their cruel acts.
the persecution of prisoners by cruel captors
There was a sadistic streak in him.
After the demise of her business, she fell into a black depression.
There has been a series of gruesome murders in the capital.
Police have made a macabre discovery.
They are there only to satisfy their ghoulish curiosity.
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in the sense of ailing
unwell or unsuccessful over a long periodI stopped working to care for my ailing mother.
in the sense of bilious
nauseousShe appears to be suffering a bilious attack.
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Life on the edge