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hardly

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Synonyms for ill

suffering from or affected with an illness

bringing, predicting, or characterized by misfortune

whatever is destructive or harmful

a pathological condition of mind or body

a cause of suffering or harm

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an often persistent bodily disorder or disease

affected by an impairment of normal physical or mental function

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resulting in suffering or adversity

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distressing

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indicating hostility or enmity

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presaging ill fortune

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('ill' is often used as a combining form) in a poor or improper or unsatisfactory manner

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unfavorably or with disapproval

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Ill-at-ease on the good to firm ground at Epsom, the Ballysax and Derrinstown winner had earlier established himself as a high-class colt on soft ground.
She must be wondering what she's done to deserve such cruel fate, so I'll tell her: "Tragedy, Stomp, 5-6-7-8...." would EVERY tonight, ying he r t.e at oh l y, E-Claire is one of the favourites to go tonight, but my money's on Frankie Dettori, horribly ill-at-ease in the BB house without any burger-power beneath his thighs.
Music highlights included a charmingly chaotic-feeling set by Super Furry Animals, in which fans jumped on stage and sang along, and a confident performance by Graham Coxon, ex of Blur - who'd looked decidedly ill-at-ease earlier in the day signing autographs for fans.
Last week's edition of They Think It's All Over in which Seaman, an ill-at-ease panelist, was persuaded to take out the hair bobble and shake his mane out in all its dark brown glory was a real sight to behold.
She must be wondering what she's done to deserve such cruel fate, so I'll tell her: "Tragedy, Stomp, 5-6-7-8...." would EVERY tonight, ying her t.e at oh l y, E-Claire is one of the favourites to go tonight, but my money's on Frankie Dettori, horribly ill-at-ease in the BB house without any burger-power beneath his thighs.
Sothere'sno reasontothink that this match, like the first leaguemeetingbetweenthem andSaturday'scupfinal,won't betight.Chelseaweredeserved winners at the weekend but Steven Gerrard has promised something more productive fromthe Reds.Theytendnotto do flamboyant, however, and AndyCarroll'sselectionhints atsomethingmorepredictable though John Terry looked regularly ill-at-ease when the Englandstrikermadehisfinal entrance.
Riverside Theatre 3.10 Kempton SP forecast 10-11 Hit the ground running over fences last season, winning easily at Newbury and Kempton (Grade 2), a run that saw him sent off 7-1 for the Arkle at Cheltenham, where he looked ill-at-ease on the track before flying up the home straight to finish fifth.
English golfers are more ill-at-ease in Florida than red-haired English tourists.
Torres will enjoy playing against a dodgy Villa back four who looked ill-at-ease during their 2-0 defeat at home to Wigan.
And, with centre-backs Carlos Cuellar and Curtis Davies still looking ill-at-ease with each other at the heart of the defence, opposition attacks will continue to fancy their chances.