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English Vocabulary

Ways To Say "Sick"


  • Ill - I am feelingill.
  • Feeling Under The Weather - My boss is feeling under the weather today. She stayed home.
  • Unwell - You look unwell. What is wrong?
  • Down - The children are feeling down. I do not want them to go to school today.
  • Look Blue - You look blue. You need to see a doctor.
  • Sickly - The lady looks sickly. I do not know what is wrong.
  • Woozy - I am feeling woozy. I do not want to go to work today.
  • Frail - My mother is very frail. She needs to rest for a few days.
  • Not Feel Oneself - I do not feel myself today. I am going to rest at home.
  • Look Green - You look green. You need to sit down.
  • Laid Up - I am laid up, so I will not be going to the party tonight.
  • Sick As A Dog - My brother is in the hospital. He is sick as a dog.
  • A Bug - I have a bug. I am not feeling well at all.
  • Come Down With Something - I came down with something. I hope I feel better soon.

Buzzwords

Vocabulary Words By Subject

Homonyms

Ancient

Awful

Brunch

Chronic

Crabby

Defend

Defriend

Dentist

Downpour

Eavesdrop

Edgy

Even

Greedy

Grouchy

Hard Copy

Hermit

Hinder

Rather Than

Ironic

Or So

Pack

Powerful

Rain Showers & Schatter Showers

Rather Than

Scattered

Shocked

Shot

Vice_Versa

Win-Win

"so what"

Whatever

Whenever

Stunning

Complete Loser

Pretty Ugly

Awfully Sweet

Clearly Misunderstood

Short Wait

Only Choice