Ghastly and Sickly


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Ghastly adjective – Extremely disturbing or repellent.
Sickly and ghastly are semantically related. in pale topic. In some cases you can use "Sickly" instead an adjective "Ghastly".
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Sickly adjective – Chronically or repeatedly suffering from poor health.
Ghastly and sickly are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Ghastly" instead an adjective "Sickly".
Nearby Words: sick, sickening, sickle, sicked
Synonyms for Sickly

Things that words describes

part ghastly part sickly part
state ghastly state sickly state
appearance ghastly appearance sickly appearance
wreck ghastly wreck sickly wreck
Other nouns: face, leader, pallor.

Both words in one sentence

  • Film / Undead or Alive Their cell is next to that of Ben Goodman, a sickly looking man who is set to hang the following day for the ghastly crimes of murdering his wife and daughter, devouring parts of their brains in the process.
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Sickly or Ghastly. 2016. Accessed February 28, 2020.

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