adj. (esp. BrE)
appear, be, feel, look, seem, sound

He complained of feeling unwell.

make sb
extremely, really, seriously, very
a little, vaguely (BrE)

patients who just feel a little unwell


You should delay vaccination if you are unwell with a fever.

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