from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not sick; well.


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  • He told me he was surprised at how "unsick" the kids appeared compared to some of the very ill patients in Mexico.

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  • There is both comfort and discomfort in knowing that one shall be weary and unweary, well and unwell, sick and unsick of every thing and person on board, full twice a week before the voyage ends.

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  • Everything has sort of been a whirlwind since I got back from Vegas, but now that Christmas is over and I'm finally unsick, I do have some post-Vegas ruminations I wanted to share.

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  • Keep on payin them taxes to pay for unsick benefits.

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  • : There is one reason for the unsick to watch the Clippers, and his name is whipped out 35 points and six assists in a loss to the Pacers.


  • Or what an unsick non-bastard he isn’t, depending on whether the German Shepherd he owns with Jennifer Lopez ruined the professional career of flight attendant Lisa Wilson by biting her in 2006 or not.

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  • - "Sometimes you talk so much shit that I have to get unsick to talk shit to you before I can go back to being sick."

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  • James Lawton surpassed himself on 10 December by suggesting that "an astonishingly large number" of Newcastle United fans "remain unsick to their stomachs by the manner of Chris

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