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ail to be ill or sickly. [1/2 definitions]
ambulance a vehicle equipped to carry ill or injured people.
amiable characterized by or showing a friendly disposition; free of ill will; congenial.
asylum an institution for the care of those who are unable to maintain themselves, such as orphans or the severely mentally ill. [1/3 definitions]
augur to be an omen; bode (usu. fol. by "ill" or "well"). [1/5 definitions]
bad-humored having or showing an unpleasant or ill-tempered nature or mood.
befoul to speak ill of; disparage exceedingly. [1/2 definitions]
bile ill temper or anger; irritability. [1/2 definitions]
bilious ill-tempered; irritable. [1/3 definitions]
boorish of or resembling a boor; rude; ill-mannered; crude.
bounder an obtrusive, ill-bred, or vulgar person, esp. a man who behaves badly toward women. [1/2 definitions]
caregiver a medical worker who provides care and assistance to an ill, disabled, or elderly person. [1/2 definitions]
crab2 (informal) a complaining or ill-tempered person; grouch. [1/2 definitions]
crabbed irritable or ill-tempered; grouchy. [1/2 definitions]
crank (informal) an ill-tempered person; one who complains a great deal. [1/6 definitions]
cross in an ill humor. [1/16 definitions]
crossly in an ill-tempered manner.
crossness the state of being ill-tempered.
curmudgeon an irritable or ill-tempered person.
derange to cause to be mentally ill. [1/3 definitions]
deranged mentally ill; insane.