Definition, Meaning & Synonyms | English word SICKLY


SICKLY

Definitions of SICKLY

  1. Frequently ill or in poor health.
  2. Not in good health; (somewhat) sick.
  3. Appearing ill, infirm or unhealthy; giving the appearance of illness.
  4. Shedding a relatively small amount of light; (of light) not very bright.
  5. Lacking intensity or vigour.
  6. Associated with poor moral or mental well-being.
  7. Tending to produce nausea.
  8. Overly sweet.
  9. In a sick manner; in a way that reflects or causes sickness.
  10. Characterized by poor or unhealthy growth. (of a plant)
  11. (obsolete) Marked by the occurrence of illness or disease (of a period of time).
  12. (obsolete) Tending to produce disease or poor health.
  13. (transitive, archaic, literary) To make (something) sickly.
  14. (intransitive, rare) To become sickly.

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Number of letters

6

Is palindrome

No

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