sick


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Synonyms for sick

Synonyms for sick

suffering from or affected with an illness

of or associated with sickness

susceptible to or marked by preoccupation with unwholesome matters

out of patience with

Synonyms for sick

people who are sick

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affected by an impairment of normal physical or mental function

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feeling nausea

affected with madness or insanity

having a strong distaste from surfeit

(of light) lacking in intensity or brightness

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deeply affected by a strong feeling

shockingly repellent

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More employees with a contagious disease will call in sick and stay at home when they gain access to sick leave insurance," that report concluded.
Previous research had used photos of "obviously sick people" to induce disgust, anxiety and even an immune response in people, but the participants in the latest study were photographed with neutral expressions and very shortly after infection.
Employees may use paid sick leave to care for themselves or family members.
The authors examined Germany, a country with one of the most generous sick leave systems in the world.
Also, employers must begin complying with Santa Monica's paid sick leave ordinance on Jan.
The laws generally require employers to provide one hour of paid sick leave for every week an employee works.
Usually I do not give sick leave for more than three days.
I probably wouldn't say anything to a sick co-worker, but I would stay away from him/her if possible.
Many successful employers already provide earned sick time, and these businesses will not have to make any changes to their policies.
A total of 345 sick pilgrims of different nationalities were given assistance in performing Haj rituals on Friday.
Muscat: New measures by the Ministry of Health could soon put an end to the practice of fake sick leaves being taken by workers, following complaints of employees misusing the system with the help of private medical institutions.
OH AND Hartford has scored an own-goal - he is sick, sick, sick, sick, sick.
A new analysis by the Institute for Women's Policy Research (IWPR) reveals that more than 700,000 private sector employees in Maryland lack even a single earned sick day.
Postal Service employee in Detroit, and the 64-year-old has spent no sick days during her 44 years as a worker.
Employees may carry forward sick leave days into the following year as long as it doesn't exceed a total of 240 working days.