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unwell

(ŭn-wĕl′)
adj.
1. Being in poor health; sick.
2. Having a menstrual period.
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During the hearing, Nawaz and Maryam appeared before the court but their counsel Khawaja Haris said his client (Nawaz) was unwell and requested he be excused.
Pro Cummings said: "Wearing pyjamas reinforces feeling unwell and can prevent a speedy recovery.
Emergency services were called to the O2 Academy in Glasgow at 11pm on Tuesday after a man became unwell during the gig by American DJ Steve Aoki.
Siobhain McDonagh said volunteers could also use these calls to urge older people to visit their GP as soon as they feel unwell, rather than waiting until they need to be admitted to A&E.
Dr Emilia Chrighton, deputy director of public health for NHS Great Glasgow and Clyde, said influenza is more than a bad cold and even young healthy people can feel unwell with flu for a week or more.
Please don't come to see someone in hospital if you feel unwell or have any flu-like symptoms.
Zonaora is encouraging patients and customers to think "pharmacy first" when they feel unwell.
Gemma Thomas began to feel unwell last weekend and visited her GP.
Alex Wellington became seriously unwell with diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA), a life-threatening condition that requires urgent medical attention.
He looked very unwell, he didn't look like he was going survive.
But Bit O'Red boss Gerard Lyttle was forced to make two substitutions before the hour mark because of players feeling unwell.
A MAN is seriously ill after he became unwell at the wheel on a moorland road.