[il-nis] /ˈɪl nɪs/
unhealthy condition; poor health; indisposition; sickness.
a disease or indisposition; sickness
a state of ill health
“disease, sickness,” 1680s, from ill + -ness. Earlier it meant “bad moral quality” (c.1500).
illness ill·ness (ĭl’nĭs)
Disease of body or mind; poor health; sickness.
[il-uh-kyoo-shuh-ner-ee] /ˌɪl əˈkyu ʃəˌnɛr i/ adjective, Philosophy, Linguistics. 1. pertaining to a linguistic act performed by a speaker in producing an utterance, as suggesting, warning, promising, or requesting. /ˌɪləˈkjuːʃən/ noun 1. (philosophy) an act performed by a speaker by virtue of uttering certain words, as for example the acts of promising or of threatening Also […]
[il-uh-kyoo-shuh-ner-ee] /ˌɪl əˈkyu ʃəˌnɛr i/ adjective, Philosophy, Linguistics. 1. pertaining to a linguistic act performed by a speaker in producing an utterance, as suggesting, warning, promising, or requesting. adj. 1955, from illocution + -ary.
[ih-loj-ik] /ɪˈlɒdʒ ɪk/ noun 1. the state or quality of being ; illogicality: His speech was full of illogic. /ɪˈlɒdʒɪk/ noun 1. reasoning characterized by lack of logic; illogicality
[ih-loj-i-kuh l] /ɪˈlɒdʒ ɪ kəl/ adjective 1. not ; contrary to or disregardful of the rules of logic; unreasoning: an illogical reply. /ɪˈlɒdʒɪkəl/ adjective 1. characterized by lack of logic; senseless or unreasonable 2. disregarding logical principles adj. 1580s, from assimilated form of in- (1) “not, opposite of” + logical. Related: Illogically.