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hardly

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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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I wanted to play last night, but I think Ill take more time building my fitness up.
Thank you for coming to me for money and volunteer work again and again, but I think Ill wait until someone comes along (maybe by the year 2024) who has the courage to do the right thing.
Knut Norstog always had a kind word, did not think ill of anyone, and was always positive in his outlook.
could make the following pronouncement: "In cases of differences between ourselves and another there is nothing to do except in unimportant matters to think ill of him and in important ones to kill him" (qtd.
We would think ill of a mom who, while scheduling surgery to have conjoined twins separated, wouldn't wait a mere nine months until the weaker one's heart was deemed strong enough to survive the separation.
Auburn's people seem to have grown up in tight neighborhoods that allow them to think ill of the other neighborhoods," she said.
They are bonnin the whin and all --the reddest burn and yellow--eyes explode furze, shepherds think ill of.
This difficulty Pulci addresses by suggesting that Charlemagne grows wiser as he ages, by proposing that he was blind to Gano's treachery because that was God's will, and by asserting that people are reluctant to think ill of those in whom they have earlier reposed confidence.
But therell be more Wolves fans than Albion this time and I think Ill show some respect for that and forget about any surprises.
We suggest you gently tell your wife that she is coming across as a bitter person, and surely she wouldn't want others to think ill of her.
If we're tempted to think ill of someone, or feel impatient, or selfish, we tend to think of reasons why we are justified in thinking these thoughts.