unhealthiness

[ UK /ʌnhˈɛlθɪnəs/ ]
NOUN
  1. a state in which you are unable to function normally and without pain
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How To Use unhealthiness In A Sentence

  • Their unhealthiness is their and is what carries conviction.
  • I tried to write a bit of a story around this record - it's a story about a girl's loneliness, unhealthiness and [her] struggle with beauty.
  • From a drop of their blood, they will be able to upload information onto a personal biochip that can help to create an individualized plan of action, including both preventive measures and therapies for identified ailments or signs of "unhealthiness. A Doctor in Your Pocket
  • But when they talk about the victim culture, I grudgingly shut my mouth in acknowledgement of the unhealthiness of it.
  • The journal of Captain Cooke states that the battalion marched from Fort Leavenworth, which was then called a cantonment, and, strange to say, had been abandoned by the Third Infantry on account of its unhealthiness. The old Santa Fe trail The Story of a Great Highway
  • Scott attributed the early deaths of several brothers and sisters born before him to ‘the unhealthiness of the situation’.
  • We may have to try and squeeze in a healthy lunch between all the unhealthiness there.
  • This is probably due to the general unhealthiness of worms grown at high temperatures.
  • As well, there is the sentimental subplot thrown in, in which Murray has a daughter who's upset by her father's potentially lethal unhealthiness.
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