1. sick, sickly, sickened, ailing; unhealthy, unsound, unwell, Sl. off one's feed, poorly; afflicted, diseased, morbid, poisoned, nauseated, strung out; in a bad way, on the sick list, Inf. under the weather, Inf. out of sorts, not up to snuff, Inf. on the blink; feverish, aching, sore; weak, weakly, feeble, infirm, wasting away; indisposed, laid up, bedridden, confined; disordered, out of order, out of commission; invalided, valetudinarian.
2. evil, wicked, sinful, iniquitous, nefarious; bad, low, mean; wrong, corrupt, depraved, degenerate, immoral.
3. objectionable, unsatisfactory, deficient, insufficient, unacceptable; unskillful, inexpert, faulty, poor.
4. hostile, antagonistic, belligerent, bellicose; unfriendly, unkindly, unkind; irascible, cross, fractious, snappish, snappy, irritable; cantankerous, crabby, crabbed, sullen.
5. unfavorable, adverse, unlucky, unpropitious, inauspicious, unpromising, infelicitous; pernicious, harmful, injurious, nocuous, hurtful; detrimental, deleterious, baleful, fell; destructive, ruinous, calamitous, damaging.
6. evil, harm, mischief, injury, hurt, Archaic. bale, pain; trouble, misfortune, affliction, grievance, misery, suffering, woe; destruction, damage, ruin; disaster, calamity, catastrophe, debacle, cataclysm.
7. illness, sickness, ailment, malady, disease; disorder, infirmity, indisposition; infection, contagion.
8. wickedly, evilly, malignantly, banefully, hurtfully, harmfully, mischievously.
9. objectionably, unsatisfactorily, insufficiently, poorly, badly, faultily, improperly.
10. hostilely, antagonistically, belligerently, inimical- ly.
11. unfortunately, adversely, unluckily, unfavorably, unpropitiously, inauspiciously.

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