ill healthill health
seriously illHe had no idea that Linton was seriously ill.
so illso ill because I couldn't afford it
too illThat was before he became too ill even to be propped.
terminally ill‘We are all terminally ill, dear boy, don't you know?
ill at easeIvy sounded ill at ease.
become illIt is not a test for AIDS, nor will it show whether or when a person will become ill.
very illI had been very ill.
be illYou can't just let Henry be ill.
ill patientsAnother possible contributory factor is the increasing difficulty in admitting acutely ill patients.
critically illA 22 year old prisoner is critically ill in hospital tonight after apparently setting himself on fire in his cell.
feel illI was very tired and began to feel ill.
fall illRemorse over this made him fall ill, and he died within a matter of months to be succeeded in his office by his son Henri (1767–1840).
mentally ill peopleMaintaining the treatment of mentally ill people in the community
ill in hospitalA fifth man remains seriously ill in hospital.
i was ill
ill effectsMost are able to do this without any marked ill effects.
w illI w ill take my gun with me.
ill affordHe could ill afford to lose such support in 1946, the year of the mid-term elections.
acutely illAnother possible contributory factor is the increasing difficulty in admitting acutely ill patients.
severely illTo assess long term survival (>5 years) and quality of life in severely ill patients referred for urgent cardiac transplantation.
really illWas his grandmother really ill, or was this only a ploy?