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synonyms for sickliness

  • decrepitude
  • disease
  • enervation
  • enfeeblement
  • exhaustion
  • faintness
  • feebleness
  • frailty
  • infirmity
  • languor
  • malaise
  • unhealthiness
  • bug
  • Cancer
  • condition
  • contamination
  • defect
  • disorder
  • epidemic
  • fever
  • flu
  • illness
  • infection
  • inflammation
  • malady
  • plague
  • sickness
  • stroke
  • syndrome
  • virus
  • ache
  • affection
  • attack
  • blight
  • breakdown
  • canker
  • collapse
  • complaint
  • contagion
  • convulsions
  • debility
  • decrepitude
  • distemper
  • endemic
  • feebleness
  • fit
  • hemorrhage
  • indisposition
  • infirmity
  • misery
  • seizure
  • spell
  • temperature
  • unhealthiness
  • unsoundness
  • upset
  • visitation
  • ill health
  • pathosis
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antonyms for sickliness

MOST RELEVANT
  • good health
  • health
  • healthiness
  • soundness
  • strength
  • ability
  • capability
  • vigor
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      How to use sickliness in a sentence

      But as the poverty and melancholy, so also disappears on closer investigation the sickliness of the child and youth.
      FREDERICK CHOPIN AS A MAN AND MUSICIANFREDERICK NIECKS
      His sickliness, studies, and the troubles he met with, turned his hair gray before the usual time.
      DRYDEN'S WORKS (13 OF 18): TRANSLATIONS; PASTORALSJOHN DRYDEN
      She cast her eyes around the room, reeking with the sweet sickliness of dead cigarettes.
      THIRTYHOWARD VINCENT O'BRIEN
      To-day some amount of sickliness and headache is bothering me, but nothing to signify….
      CHARLOTTE BRONTT. WEMYSS REID
      Every gesture spoke the sickliness of a spirit long an outcast from its natural home, bereft of happiness, and hopeless of good.
      WOMAN IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURYMARGARET FULLER OSSOLI
      He had a philosophy that his mother, because of her chronic sickliness, was not much of an eater anyway.
      WHEN GOD LAUGHS AND OTHER STORIESJACK LONDON
      Its filth and nastiness is almost beyond belief, and is the efficient cause of its great sickliness in summer.
      THE LIFE OF ISAAC INGALLS STEVENS, VOLUME I (OF 2)HAZARD STEVENS
      Let us try to penetrate more deeply into the causes of this conjugal sickliness.
      THE PHYSIOLOGY OF MARRIAGE, COMPLETEHONORE DE BALZAC
      And these thoughts were darted in with some impression, and left a strange confusion and sickliness upon my spirit.
      THE EMANCIPATION OF MASSACHUSETTSBROOKS ADAMS
      The withering or sickliness of the plant is sufficient reason to cause a thorough search to be made by lifting it.
      MAKING A ROSE GARDENHENRY H. SAYLOR
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      WORDS RELATED TO SICKLINESS

      • decrepitude
      • disease
      • enervation
      • enfeeblement
      • exhaustion
      • faintness
      • feebleness
      • frailty
      • infirmity
      • languor
      • malaise
      • sickliness
      • unhealthiness
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