Idiom: under the weather
— I called in sick to work today because I was feeling under the weather.
— No, it’s nothing serious I just feel under the weather today.
— My son did not go to school today because he was under the weather.
— I was really under the weather last week and thought I had the flu but it was actually allergies.
— Jack is under the weather so we need someone else to facilitate today's discussion.
— I haven't been under the weather in months since I've been taking good care of myself and getting rest.
— Unfortunately, we were all under the weather during the cruise so it was a miserable "vacation."
— If Sharon's feeling under the weather, let's postpone and meet next week for lunch.
— It's better you don't come over tonight. Our kids are under the weather and we don't want to spread the germs.
— I'm a little under the weather but I'm still trying to do my daily steps and activity. I don't want to break my Apple watch streak.
— If my daughter is still under the weather tomorrow, we'll take her to the doctor.
— I recommend taking this decongestant before going to bed if you're under the weather. It will definitely help you sleep.
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