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ill

(Bad), adjective adverse, antagonistic, baleful, belligerent, calamitous, cantankerous, corrupt, crabbed, crabby, cross, damaging, degenerate, deleterious, depraved, destructive, detrimental, evil, fell, fractious, harm, harmful, hostile, hurtful, immoral, inauspicious, infelicitous, iniquitous, injurious, insult, irascible, irritable, low, mean, mischief, nefarious, nocuous, pernicious, ruinous, sinful, snappish, snappy, sullen, trouble, unfavorable, unfriendly, unkind, unkindly, unlucky, unpromising, unpropitious, wicked, wrong

ill

(Sick), adjective afflicted, ailing, bedridden, diseased, feeble, feverish, has a medical condition, in the hospital, indisposed, infirm, laid up, malady, not feeling well, not up to snuff, not well, on the sick list, out of commission, under the weather, weak
Associated concepts: fee for service, health care
See also: pain, trouble, unsound
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Match: Andy and Miriam wed Split: Miriam says she bears no ill-feeling towards Goram
Gwyndaf Pari, defending, said there was ill-feeling because unfounded rumours were spread to cause difficulties in the relationship between Austin and his then girlfriend.
I don't think there is any ill-feeling towards each other.
Much ill-feeling remains among Rangers fans over those times, while many other supporters feel Rangers got off lightly for years of contentious tax arrangements, which remain the subject of legal action.
There's no ill-feeling hanging over from my part, not at all.
But ill-feeling between Pietersen and the county bubbled over when he asked to leave before the 2004 season, with a year remaining on his contract.
However, I can't help feeling that the protests and the general ill-feeling towards Glazer are rather premature.
But his return was marred by ill-feeling which escalated when an object, thought to be a coin, was thrown from the crowd in the second half and struck United goalkeeper Roy Carroll.
He told Cardiff Crown Court: 'Nobody at the party was aware of any animosity or ill-feeling between the couple.
DESPITE what some people have said, there's no ill-feeling between me and Birmingham new-boy David Dunn.
The incident was over in seconds but sheds further light on the ill-feeling between the two forces.
And she stressed: ``There's no ill-feeling between us because we will be so very different and I think we can all work to put Rugby on the map.