[il-kuh n-dish-uh nd]
- in a surly or bad mood, state, etc.
- not in a good or peak condition.
Origin of ill-conditioned
First recorded in 1605–15
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Examples from the Web for ill-conditioned
Bark on, ill-favoured, ill-conditioned cur; fortune has ever been with me—I like to hear you.'Barnaby Rudge
It was the most vulgar, ill-conditioned beast he had ever set eyes on."Wee Tim'rous Beasties"
There were ill-conditioned scoffers who declared they did not know.
They say he was a moody, ill-conditioned man, the old tenant of the mill.Roundabout Papers
William Makepeace Thackeray
They are stiff-necked, obstinate, ill-conditioned people—that is, the men.The Vicar of Bullhampton