Origin of ill-conditioned
Related formsill-con·di·tioned·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for ill-conditioned
The bandits, for all De Boer's admonitions, were now ill-conditioned for handling this flyer.
Should he persevere in his suit, or should he rejoice that he had escaped from such an ill-conditioned minx?
But I do agree with Mr. Forster that something should be done to stop the tongues of ill-conditioned people.
Not much; but I have learned to sweep my mind of some ill-conditioned cobwebs.
Neefit mère is worse than the father,—being cross and ill-conditioned, as far as I can see.Ralph the Heir|Anthony Trollope