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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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Twenty percent of the sickest adults reported going without or delaying needed medical care or prescription medication in the past year, compared to 8% of all U.
In the end, a laughing Duncan Smith easily beat the Sydney selfies to the sickest sight of the year.
Together with the Paediatric Infant Perinatal Emergency Retrieval Service (PIPER), this ensures Victoria's sickest babies can be cared for.
There was no evidence of any unsafe services for the sickest babies in Welsh hospitals, she stressed.
The Government and NHS must take responsibility now and ensure our tiniest and sickest babies receive the highest standard of care at this critical time in their lives.
A question in the assignment given to students in June asked: "Is homosexuality the sickest sin there is?
Summary: It is being dubbed the sickest film of the year, now fans can see The Human Centipede.
COVENTRY'S smallest and sickest newborns are set to benefit from pounds 10,000 raised at a glamorous charity ball.
It will have the capability to treat up to 50 of the region's smallest and sickest babies at any given time.
But, in the words of Forever the Sickest Kids' song "Hey, Britanny," "I'm not here to bring you down.
But thanks to a system overhaul in 2002 that prioritizes the sickest patients, the disparity has nearly disappeared, according to a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association last fall.
However, there was no net decrease in cost-related medication nonadherence among the sickest beneficiaries, the study found.
Without Sanctuary brings to life one of darkest and sickest periods in American history," writes United States Representative Lewis in the book's Foreword.
and active euthanasia, as they are ways of widening the management options available to the sickest of newborns.