Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being unwell or indisposed.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. Quality or state of being unwell.
- n. impairment of normal physiological function affecting part or all of an organism
“But it's probably revelatory of my deep psychological unwellness or something.”
“In my opinion, we have not admitted, let alone addressed, our emotional unwellness in this decade following 9/11.”
“The idea of heat as a feature of and metaphor for unwellness, both individual and social, was associated with more than witchcraft since, for example, malaise associated with * mulungu spirits were also tied etiologically to heat at a cognitive and physical level.”
“And that, as we will see in following chapters, is just how they dealt with remedying states of unwellness.”
“According to this account, the Lord tell Moses, "Speak to the Israelites, saying" Should a woman quicken with seed and bear a male, she shall be unclean seven days, as in the days of her menstrual unwellness she shall be unclean.”
“According to this account, the Lord tell Moses, "Speak to the Israelites, saying" Should a woman� quicken with seed and bear a male, she shall be unclean seven days, as in the days of her menstrual unwellness she shall be unclean.”
“I dont mind unwellness so long as my brain is working!”
“I'm not a well person and the unwellness means I can't sleep.”
“But the doctor told me I had lots of ketones in my body and it was probably the cause of my unwellness, even though the rest of blood test was fine and no sign of dehydration.”
“Only through the grace of a higher power and nearly two decades of therapy have I been able to not only think about my past with a relatively clear head, but to take the necessary steps to begin to get past that kind of mental unwellness once and for all.”
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