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ad nauseam until one is sick of the thing being done, told, or the like.
ailing in poor or weakened health or condition; sickly or sick.
bedside the space alongside a bed, esp. of a sick person. [1/2 definitions]
case1 in medicine, one who is injured or sick. [1/9 definitions]
caudle a warm drink made esp. for the sick, usu. containing wine or ale, bread, sugar, eggs, and spices.
electuary a drug mixed with honey, syrup, or the like to form a paste to be smeared on the teeth or gums of a sick animal.
faith healing a method of ministering to the sick through prayer and religious faith.
holy man in some cultures, one who is attributed with the power to heal the sick and to guide the community. [1/2 definitions]
hospital an institution for the medical care of sick persons. [1/2 definitions]
ill not in normal health; unwell; sick. [1/11 definitions]
incubator a temperature-controlled apparatus in which ideal conditions are maintained for the recovery of sick or premature infants. [1/3 definitions]
indispose to make sick, usu. to a slight degree. [1/3 definitions]
litter a stretcher or similar apparatus on which a sick or injured person is carried. [1/11 definitions]
nurse someone who cares for the sick or feeble, esp. under the guidance of a doctor. [1/11 definitions]
qualm an abrupt and unexpected faint, nauseated, or sick feeling. [1/2 definitions]
sickbed the bed of a sick person.
sickish rather sick, esp. nauseated. [1/2 definitions]
sickly often sick; not strong or healthy. [2/5 definitions]
sickness the state of being sick; illness. [1/3 definitions]
sick-out a job action in which workers falsely claim to be sick and then fail to report for work, in an attempt to force the management to grant certain demands.
sickroom a room set aside for a sick person.