fall sick

See: languish
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When the Cobbler happened to fall sick himself of a serious illness, the Governor of the town determined to test his skill.
Has one in the village yet to fall sick from the eating of it?
Amy is splendid in fine works and I'm not, but I feel in my element when all the carpets are to be taken up, or half the family fall sick at once.
She might fall sick on his hands; she might have deceived him by a false character; she and the landlady of the hotel might have been in league together.
Muscat: Companies must keep their workplaces clean so that employees don't fall sick often and cost them in the long run, a top facilities management firm in Oman has stated.
Anyone starting a new job should find out where they stand if they were to fall sick.
Uhuru said that through this, Kenyans will not have to worry about hospital costs when they fall sick.
When the bucks fall sick one Christmas Eve, it's time for Rosie and the other does to give it their all
The central question in the minds of some of the fans is - can dragons fall sick at all?
The 68-year-old, who performed at Glastonbury this year, said: "I hope to continue to go, unless my health should fail me or my husband should fall sick.
It is a fact that people, who are in happy marriages, don`t fall sick often and enjoy more good health.
Construction workers are also most likely to fall sick, as small fibers of asbestos build up in lungs, stiffening them and causing asbestosis.