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ill British & World English

Suffering from an illness or disease or feeling unwell

ill English Thesaurus

Mama was seriously ill

ill New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

hyphen with participial adjectives:

Ill. New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

Illinois (official abbreviation)

deserve well of British & World English

Be worthy of good (or bad) treatment at the hands of

I'll British & World English

I shall; I will

speak well of British & World English

Praise (or criticize)

Illinois New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

state in the Middle West of the US

ill-lit British & World English

Having dim or inadequate lighting

ill-use British & World English

Ill-treat (someone)

I'll say British & World English

Used to express emphatic agreement

ill-use New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(hyphen, two words as noun)

ill-bred British & World English

Badly brought up or rude

ill fame British & World English

The state of being held in low esteem by the public; disrepute

ill-famed British & World English

Famous for a bad quality or action

ill-fated British & World English

Destined to fail or have bad luck

ill luck British & World English

Bad luck; misfortune

ill-made British & World English

Poorly constructed

ill-timed British & World English

Done or occurring at an inappropriate time

ill-treat British & World English

Act cruelly towards (a person or animal)

ill usage British & World English

Bad or cruel treatment

ill will British & World English

Animosity or bitterness

take ill British & World English

Become ill, especially suddenly

ill-bred English Thesaurus

she was unlikely to be amused by ill-bred behaviour

ill-fated English Thesaurus

an ill-fated rebellion

ill-timed English Thesaurus

their ill-timed foray into overseas property markets

ill-treat English Thesaurus

her mother had ill-treated her when she was young

ill will English Thesaurus

he didn't bear his wife any ill will

ill-advised British & World English

Not sensible, wise, or prudent

ill-chosen British & World English

Badly thought out; unwise

ill-defined British & World English

Not having a clear description or limits; vague

ill-dressed British & World English

Wearing scruffy or unflattering clothes

ill feeling British & World English

Animosity or resentment

ill-fitting British & World English

(Of a garment) of the wrong size or shape for the person wearing it

ill-founded British & World English

(Especially of an idea or belief) not based on fact or reliable evidence

ill-gotten British & World English

Acquired by illegal or unfair means

ill health British & World English

Poor physical or mental condition

ill humour British & World English

Irritability or bad temper

ill-judged British & World English

Lacking careful consideration; unwise

ill-looking British & World English

Having an unhealthy appearance

ill-matched British & World English

(Of two or more people or items) not well suited to or appropriate for each other

ill nature British & World English

The quality of being bad-tempered or mean-spirited

ill-natured British & World English

Bad-tempered or mean-spirited


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