Student Thesaurus

One entry found for sick.
Entry Word: sick
Function: adjective
Text: 1 temporarily suffering from a disorder of the body <Jessie was sick with a cold on Monday and had to stay home from school>
Synonyms ailing, bad, down, ill, indisposed, peaked, poorly, punk, run-down, sickened, unhealthy, unsound, unwell
Related Words nauseated, nauseous, qualmish, queasy (also queazy), sickish, squeamish; airsick, carsick, seasick, dizzy, light-hearted, woozy; achy, feverish; diseased, disordered; feeble, frail, infirm, sickly, weak, weakly; afflicted, troubled; challenged, crippled, debilitated, disabled, incapacitated, lame
Phrases out of sorts, under the weather
Near Antonyms cured; better, convalescing, improved, mending, recovering, recuperating, rehabilitated; hardy, hearty, lusty, robust, rugged, stalwart, strong, tough; blooming, bouncing, flourishing, flush, thriving
Antonyms chipper, hale, healthful, healthy, sound, well, whole, wholesome
2 filled with disgust <it makes me sick to think of someone hurting a helpless animal>
Synonyms disgusted, nauseated, repelled, repulsed, revolted, shocked, sickened, squeamish
Related Words angry, displeased, mad, upset
Near Antonyms delighted, pleased, thrilled; beguiled, bewitched, captivated, charmed, enchanted, enthralled, fascinated, mesmerized
3 affected with nausea <the bumpy ride made her sick to her stomach> -- see NAUSEOUS
4 having one's patience, interest, or pleasure exhausted <I'm sick of listening to this radio station> -- see WEARY 2