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Synonyms for poorly

suffering from or affected with an illness

Synonyms for poorly

somewhat ill or prone to illness

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

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The head of State Bank of India (NSE: SBI) has said that bankers were paid very poorly in India.
Guide Dogs UK said its study also revealed that councils across Britain had spent more than PS46 million in compensation in the past four years for injuries to pedestrians because of poorly maintained pavements.
POORLY EXECUTED: Captain Kirk LEAP IN THE DARK: Mr Spock
They were also 33% less likely to experience fatal cardiovascular disease and 41% less likely to die from any cause than were those in the poorly controlled group.
More specifically, the issue is the people who work for a business--from senior management to the frontline and all points in between--and who are poorly recruited, poorly trained, poorly supported, poorly nurtured and poorly rewarded.
Buildings in rural areas in China are often constructed poorly.
Cybercriminals are targeting four key areas of weakness that are putting business environments at risk: poorly enforced IT policies, poorly protected information, poorly managed systems and poorly protected infrastructure.
Using this approach, GAO determined (1) the number of most poorly performing homes nationwide, (2) how their performance compared to that of homes identified using the SFF methodology, and (3) the characteristics of such homes.
Its crew was poorly trained, poorly paid and flying fatigued.
Great credit to Gabby Agbonlahor for playing the whole game when he was pretty poorly," said the Villa boss.
A = {extremely poorly sorted to very poorly sorted, poorly sorted to moderately sorted, moderately well sorted to well sorted, very well sorted}
MAUREEN Messent is wrong to link the working class "idiots" (her words, not mine), the poorly educated and possibly those in dead end jobs, for the foul language.
A subsequent study of the patients revealed that symptom relief was not specific to restricted intake of fructose, but was achieved by limiting the intake of poorly absorbed short-chain carbohydrates in general.
Not only was his goat very poorly dealt with, but what about the example that is set before new hunters--and all hunters?
In a recent survey of adult asthma patients, 61% reported moderately or poorly controlled symptoms, although almost half of that group rated their asthma as being well controlled, said Dr.