Examples of unwell in a Sentence
Miss Bennett, are you unwell?
I am sorry she is feeling unwell.
Recent Examples of unwell from the Web
And do not underestimate the stamina of the psychologically unwell.
One scenario in which this exception is used is when a gun retailer sells a weapon to a visibly unwell person or an individual who threatens an attack while making the purchase.
Both women were provided wheelchairs in the middle of the visit when Huong appeared unwell and Aisyah broke down in tears.
Workplace wellness programs—which helped sow the seeds of the wellness revolution in their efforts to stem productivity losses caused by unwell workers—have jumped on the mindfulness bandwagon.
The Virgin Islands, as in any community, cannot have persons unattended and unwell.
That May 30 performance, attended by critics, friends of the theater and board members, was canceled mid-performance after the actor, now 76, appeared unwell, ill at ease and demonstrably unable to perform the text as written.
Elder Ellsworth emerged from the restroom several minutes later, alive and unwell, and collapsed onto his makeshift bed.
Within the Cabinet Room on Monday, there was an unspoken understanding among all the president’s men (and four women) that the nation’s intemperate chief executive is fundamentally unwell, and in need of constant assurance.
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First Known Use of unwell
Synonymsailing, bad, down, ill, indisposed, peaked, peaky, poorly, punk, run-down, sickened, unhealthy, unsound, sick
Antonymshale, healthful, healthy, sound, well, whole, wholesome
Related Wordssymptomatic; cruddy, lousy, seedy, sickish; nauseated, nauseous, qualmish, queasy (also queazy), squeamish; airsick, carsick, seasick; dizzy, light-headed, shaky, woozy; achy, feverish; diseased, disordered; decrepit, feeble, fragile, frail, infirm, invalid, sickly, weak, weakly; afflicted, troubled; challenged, debilitated, disabled, halt, incapacitated, lame; hypochondriac, hypochondriacal
Near Antonymsable-bodied, conditioned, fit, well-conditioned; cured; better, convalescing, improved, mending, recovering, recuperating, rehabilitated; hardy, hearty, lusty, robust, rugged, stalwart, strong, tough; blooming, bouncing, chipper, flourishing, flush, thriving
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