- How do you describe a sick person?
- What is a word for a sickly person?
- How do you describe feeling sick?
- What do you say to a sick friend?
- What is the synonym of the word sick?
- How do you comfort a sick person over text?
- How do you hope someone feel better?
Descriptors: sallow, delicate, ill, bruised, pale, white, bony, anemic, frail, shaky, weak, pallid, wasted, peaky, wan, spotted, hollowed, sagging, trembling…
Synonyms: unhealthy, weak, delicate, ailing More Synonyms of sickly.
“I am feeling sick.” “I am unwell.” “I have been feeling very ill since I ate lunch.” When we talk about physical sickness we can start with “I am feeling…” or “I have been feeling…”.
1. Say Get Well in a way that’s personal and sincere.A note to remind you that I love you—and I hate that you’re sick.I hate it when my favorite people get hurt. I miss having you around. Sending you lots of feel-better hugs.Get better and get back to your amazing self soon!I can’t tell you how to get better.
ailing, confined, debilitated, declining, disordered, down, frail, funny, green, hospitalized, ill, impaired, imperfect, incurable, indisposed, infected, invalid, mean, nauseated, peaked.
“Whenever you need to call, I’m here.” “I wish I could be there right now.” “You’re still in my thoughts. “Your family is lucky to have you through all this.” “Maybe I can’t be there, but there’s definitely something I can do. “Hey, get well soon. “You’re doing a great job with a major responsibility.
Examples“Hope you get to feeling better soon!”“Looking forward to seeing you back at practice when you’re ready.”“Wishing you well.”“Take extra good care!”“Here’s to you—steadier, stronger and better every day.”“We hope you’re taking it slow and easy right now.”“Take your sweet time getting well!”