Pronunciation of Ill
/ˈɪl/, /ˈɪl/, /ˈɪ_l/

Antonyms for ill:

choice, un impaired, borderline, sweetly, average, flourishing, more reclaimed, tolerable, able bodied, marvelous, superb, most retrieved, blessing, A1, re-placed, more found, re-covered, crackerjack, adequately, profit, right, passable, safe and sound, classical, healed, re awakened, miracle, prosperous, banner, nicely, satisfactorily, delectably, improved, heavenly, well-being, passably, top, alive and kicking, health, more rediscovered, sufficient, grand, top-notch, privilege, bushytailed, premium, peace, mending, rehabilitated, serviceably, Winningly, middling, acceptably, re-stored, more brighteyed, benignant, better, worthy, most rosy-cheeked, aid, kindness, fancy, superior, more recuperated, felicitously, re-born, more bushy tailed, pleasingly, safe sound, reborn, more rosycheeked, fortune, nondestructive, most brighteyed, in fine feather, strong, nonpolluting, re-habilitated, most reawakened, pleasure, chipper, stalwart, tolerably, most recuperated, perfect, well, more rosy cheeked, re discovered, rosy cheeked, hale, keen, secure, comfortable, more bright eyed, conditioned, up to par, full of life, rugged, par excellence, prettily, satisfying, splendid, exceptional, fair, satisfyingly, charmingly, terrific, benefit, nonpoisonous, thoughtfulness, respectable, recovering, noninfectious, mediocre, wonder, un-impaired, boss, decently, suitable, superlative, good fortune, swell, decent, helpful, deliciously, useful, most bushy tailed, more reawakened, settled, re-discovered, most rehabilitated, up par, improvement, tough, sterling, gratifying, bushy tailed, most rediscovered, great, favor, re placed, full life, neat, pleasantly, re habilitated, satisfactory, joy, rosy-cheeked, rediscovered, jim-dandy, more bushytailed, help, so-so, in the pink, gratification, unexceptional, first-rate, re born, more bright-eyed, excellent, boon, happiness, palatably, nontoxic, advantage, most healed, unthreatening, classic, agreeably, sensational, more healed, dandy, in good health, delightfully, bushy-tailed, success, enjoyably, swimmingly, re-turned, mean, hardy, healthy, virtue, supernal, gratifyingly, most reborn, enchantingly, in fine fettle, noble, adequate, nonlethal, palliative, good health, friendliness, special, at ease, brighteyed, splendidly, solid as a rock, re-gained, physically fit, Welcomely, respectably, gloriously, strong as an ox, dreamily, more regained, luck, healthiness, more rehabilitated, most rosycheeked, fabulous, blooming, wrapped tight, sound, ablebodied, triumph, advantageous, tip-top, re covered, in good shape, standard, nifty, most bushy-tailed, groovy, recovered, pleasurably, rosycheeked, most rosy cheeked, strong as ox, more bushy-tailed, solid as rock, most bright eyed, fine, re deemed, alive kicking, minimal, most found, praise, bright-eyed, cheer, re stored, middlingly, creditably, slick, favorably, nonfatal, most reclaimed, capital, high-grade, re gained, sufficiently, bright eyed, re-claimed, consolation, good, more retrieved, stellar, noncorrosive, re claimed, prime, good luck, amicable, most bright-eyed, acceptable, relief, thriving, comfort, most bushytailed, divine, in pink, wonderful, more rosy-cheeked, first class, nonvenomous, fetchingly, prosperity, beneficial, right as rain.

Usage examples for ill:

  • But p'raps he's never been ill? - "The Rectory Children", Mrs Molesworth.
  • Perhaps she is good- looking, or at least not very ill- looking. - "Là-bas", J. K. Huysmans.
  • Dad, you are ill! - "The Road to Understanding", Eleanor H. Porter.

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Rhymes for ill:

  • quill, skill, prill, jil, fril, brill, lille, frill, mil, till, mille, chill, hill, fil, bill, til, rill, thill, gil, we'll, hille, fill, lil, nill, mill, jill, drill, will, shrill, still, ville, spill, wil, stil, zill, zil, phil, trill, pill, dill, lill, grill, pil, thrill, grille, gill, shill, sill, sil, swill, il, bil, nil, krill, twill;
  • belleville, seville, fulfill, demille, uphill, abril, refill, until, distil, distill, goodwill, instill, brazil, bastille, sunil;

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