- afflicted with ill health or disease; ailing. affected with nausea; inclined to vomit.
- deeply affected with some unpleasant feeling, as of sorrow, disgust, or boredom.
- very annoyed or bored by something because you have had too much of it.
- to attack (used especially in commanding a dog)
- to incite to attack (usually followed by on).
ailing, bad, down, ill, indisposed, peaked, peaky, poorly, punk, run-down, sickened, unhealthy, unsound, unwell, out of sorts, under the weather
hale, healthful, healthy, sound, well, whole, wholesome
Prefix: be-, un-
Suffix: -ness, -ly, -er, nesses, -est, -ish, -ening, -ened, -en, -eningly, -liness
seasick, sickroom, airsick, sickhouse, love-sick, sicko, homesick, heartsick, musicking, sickbed, fossicking, physicking, sickbag, physicked, carsick
Origin and Etymology:
Middle English sik, sek, Old English sēoc; cognate with Dutch ziek, German siech, Old Norse sjūkr, Gothic siuks