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Words and phrases that have a meaning related to sick:   (270 results)

keep down, well

Often used in the same context:
ill, tired, nauseated, nauseous, bedfast, dehydrated, bedridden, sniffly, dizzy, belly ache, fluey, mad, amebic dysentery, seasick, stomach flu, sickly, infirm, unrefreshed, lazy, infected, constipated, debilitated, cranky, sore throat, unfed, senile, overtired, groggy, angry, irritable, homesick, incontinent, frightened, malnourished, fowl cholera, crabby, disgusting, lightheaded, scared, ptomaine poisoning, frail, compos mentis, grouchier, unthankful, acute gastritis, destitute, forgetful, vaccinated, heat prostration, abscessed tooth, pregnant, stomach ache, distraught, paranoid, underfed, chicken pox, contagious, mosquito bite, grumpy, strep throat, stinky, hyperthyroid, emaciated, headachy, unadoptable, contagious disease, uncompassionate, norovirus, traumatized, overworked, allergic, iller, pooped, cyanotic, colicky, scarlet fever, dead, respiratory illness, amoebic dysentery, queasy, viral pneumonia, agitated, afraid, swine flu, crampy, kenneled, ungrateful, itchy, stupid, diseased, undulant fever, respiratory infection, unpaid, demented, unsanitary, molluscum contagiosum, stuporous, typhoid, unfit, helpless, lethargic, bad, arable, take, babe, baby, boy, buys, catches, cossack, cows, dogs, fast, gratis, homeless, junior, lambs, live, long, low, man, mom, afflicted, ailing, crippled, young, addicted, deaf, aged, bereaved, sickest, skinned, unsuspecting, bereft, deceased

More specific:
gag, heave

Appears in the definition of:
., bay, bedrest, bedside, bed rest, come down, condemn, cull, dispensed, engaged, even, hospital, icily, kind, licensed practical nurse, lpn, national insurance, nausea, nurse, nursing, pathetically, piggyback, practical nurse, red cross, sickbay, sickbed, sicken, sickroom, sick berth, sick call, sick parade, sick pay, sniff, straight, sub, substitute, subterfuge, take, urinate, visiting nurse, watcher

More general:
egest, eliminate, excrete, pass, people

afflicted, aguish, ailing, airsick, barf, be sick, bedfast, bedrid, bedridden, bilious, brainsick, bronchitic, carsick, cast, cat, chuck, consumptive, convalescent, crazy, delirious, demented, diabetic, disgorge, disgusted, displeased, distracted, disturbed, dizzy, dyspeptic, faint, fed up, feverish, feverous, funny, giddy, gouty, hallucinating, honk, ill, indisposed, infirm, insane, laid low, laid up, light, light-headed, liverish, livery, mad, menstruating, nauseated, peaked, poorly, puke, queasy, recovering, regorge, regurgitate, retch, scrofulous, seasick, sick-abed, sick of, sickish, sickly, sneezy, spastic, spew, spue, stricken, swooning, throw up, tired of, tubercular, tuberculous, unbalanced, unhealed, unhinged, unwell, upchuck, upset, vertiginous, vomit, vomit up, woozy

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— Nouns for sick: man, person, people, leave, room, child, bed, woman, men, children, persons, more...

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