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Spell check of ill

Correct spelling: ill

Synonyms:
poor, menacing, seasick, untoward, diabetic, sneezy, feverous, fragile, ailment, hallucinating, grisly, ill luck, tired of, sickened, pestilent, chastisement, ghastly, baneful, cursed, burden, stricken, off, substandard, unkind, unhealthy, poisonous, upset, sabotage, dissatisfactory, nuisance, ominous, dizzy, wanting, complaint, misadventure, evil, gravely, ailing, dangerous, hostile, prejudicial, demolition, indisposed, infectious, bilious, feverish, demented, grim, tubercular, risky, noxious, pallid, plague, wack, pernicious, green, naughtily, nocuous, portentous, poorly, trouble, liverish, crazy, livery, badly, decrepit, luck, visitation, macabre, distress, sickish, swooning, gruesome, unsafe, bereavement, convalescent, AK, bush-league, forbidding, dire, infirm, infection, unfortunate, sickly, unhinged, qualmish, infected, light, paltry, adversity, sinister, nauseous, baggage, ruin, perilous, doom, inferior, unfavorable, tuberculous, wrong, reverse, baleful, menstruating, inauspicious, severely, mad, mishap, diseased, hurt, spastic, peaky, mischance, delirious, laid low, under the weather, terrible, Alas., calamitous, wan, scourge, down, bedridden, gouty, wretched, faint, bush, misery, difficulty, contagion, tribulation, mischievous, punk, bedfast, squeamish, damaging, sorrow, disturbance, curse, queasy, unsound, disgraceful, funny, deficient, minatory, bronchitic, misfortune, bedrid, unwell, unhealed, dyspeptic, problem, cancer, AL, B.C., disadvantageously, disturb, chastening, light-headed, disaster, harm, poison, hardship, aguish, lightheaded, doomy, mischievously, unpropitious, sick of, subpar, devastation, adverse, unsatisfactory, bane, AR, threatening, seriously, airsick, recovering, peaked, contagious, Ala., afflicted, health, handicapped, injurious, destruction, issue, AZ, charge, unacceptable, nauseated, suboptimal, detrimental, worse, pitiful, run-down, consumptive, unfit, sour, foreboding, affected, disastrous, sick, hazardous, affliction, carsick, Ark., queerish, inflicted, scrofulous, disappointment, lame, Ariz., ruinous, cancerous, laid up, embarrassing, CA, vertiginous, bad, calamity, unbalanced, damage, disturbed, trial, failing, giddy, blow, brainsick, ill-boding, lousy, help, direful, fed up, wicked, pale, minacious, hurtful, sick-abed, havoc, frail, disgusted, failure, decay, deleterious, low-grade, disabled, second-rate, woozy, crummy, harmful.

Antonyms:
gratifying, benign, comfort, terrific, chipper, nontoxic, par excellence, propitious, hale, prime, A1, convalescing, better, prosperous, conditioned, healthy, boon, safe, adequate, fabulous, innocuous, sensational, jim-dandy, remedial, happiness, promising, nifty, beneficial, bright, curative, so-so, satisfying, benignant, gratification, neat, superb, respectable, hardy, heartening, lusty, marvelous, superior, rugged, fit, noncorrosive, good, cured, triumph, rehabilitated, first-rate, superlative, healthful, choice, wholesome, blessing, whole, pleasure, joy, noninfectious, nondestructive, tough, salutary, robust, bang-up, special, golden, symptomless, great, perfect, top, passable, average, relief, encouraging, well-conditioned, crackerjack, strong, inoffensive, hurtless, classic, well, suitable, tolerable, boss, hopeful, healed, recuperating, mending, palliative, fair, noble, dandy, capital, nonfatal, flush, recovered, satisfactory, minimal, middling, settled, tip-top, high-grade, first-class, bouncing, stellar, secure, unthreatening, recovering, keen, slick, nonvenomous, auspicious, all right, exceptional, mean, asymptomatic, swell, success, top-notch, classical, harmless, sufficient, splendid, grand, amicable, fancy, blooming, decent, worthy, anodyne, salubrious, borderline, wonderful, banner, nonlethal, divine, groovy, advantageous, good fortune, unexceptional, standard, thriving, unsurpassed, prosperity, fine, nonpoisonous, innocent, consolation, excellent, acceptable, able-bodied, heavenly, favorable, sound, flourishing, useful, good luck, supernal, sterling, stalwart, nonpolluting, mediocre, OK, hearty, helpful, premium, improved.

Examples of usage:

1) That he would ill- use Mart he felt certain. - "Leo the Circus Boy", Ralph Bonehill.

2) I'm ill, Jane, because Bayworth Kaye is dead. - "Jane Oglander", Marie Belloc Lowndes.

3) We are but slightly acquainted, it is true, but I should be surprised to learn that there was any ill- feeling between us. - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

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