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Ill : (a.) Contrary to good , in a moral sense ; evil ; wicked ; wrong ; iniquitious ; naughtly ; bad ; improper .
Ill : (a.) Contrary to good , in a physical sense ; contrary or opposed to advantage , happiness , etc. ; bad ; evil ; unfortunate ; disagreeable ; un
Ill : (a.) Not according with rule , fitness , or propriety ; incorrect ; rude ; unpolished ; inelegant .
Ill : (a.) Sick ; indisposed ; unwell ; diseased ; disordered ; as , ill of a fever .
Ill : (adv.) In a ill manner ; badly ; weakly .
Ill : (n.) Whatever annoys or impairs happiness , or prevents success ; evil of any kind ; misfortune ; calamity ; disease ; pain ; as , the ills of h
Ill : (n.) Whatever is contrary to good , in a moral sense ; wickedness ; depravity ; iniquity ; wrong ; evil .
Ill-boding : (a.) Boding evil ; inauspicious ; ill-omened .
Ill-bred : (a.) Badly educated or brought up ; impolite ; incivil ; rude. See Note under Ill , adv .
Ill-favored : (a.) Wanting beauty or attractiveness ; deformed ; ugly ; ill-looking .
Abuse : (v. t.) Physical ill treatment; injury.
Abusive : (a.) Practicing abuse; prone to ill treat by coarse, insulting words or by other ill usage; as, an abusive author; an abusive fellow.
abusive adj. Employing harsh words or ill treatment.
Ail : (v. i.) To be affected with pain or uneasiness of any sort; to be ill or indisposed or in trouble.
Arrantly : (adv.) Notoriously, in an ill sense; infamously; impudently; shamefully.

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