Under the weather in a Sentence 🔊

Definition of Under the weather

used to describe being sick or overall feeling less than optimal

Examples of Under the weather in a sentence

I was feeling a bit under the weather, so I didn’t bother eating dinner that night with my sour stomach taken into account. 🔊

You may say that you feel under the weather if you have a cold or a fever, which often instill an overall sense of fatigue. 🔊

Nothing makes me feel more under the weather than being nauseous, because it makes me feel downright miserable. 🔊

My coworker was feeling under the weather today, so he called in sick to work and didn’t come in.  🔊

An individual that is feeling under the weather is likely sick with some sort of illness that is making them feel less than healthy.  🔊

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