feel puny

feel puny

To feel sick. I woke up feeling puny, so I just stayed in bed all day. Elise didn't come to the party because she's feeling puny.
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feeling (kinda) puny

feeling ill. I'm feeling puny. Think I might be coming down with a cold. Bill had to skip football practice on account of he was feeling puny.
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True, $75,000 won't go very far in big cities like New York, London, or Singapore, and it makes sense that a high cost of living will make even large sums feel puny. "Our finding indicates that $75,000 is the limit even in large expensive cities," says Dr.
"I still feel puny, and two's a crowd with all those eyes and ears."
"I played a practice round with Tiger at the Masters two years ago before anyone had heard of him and he made me feel puny," said the Golden Bear.
Bull e11 always make me feel puny and insubstantial even when I'm armed with my heaviest bow, but this time I didn't have to worry.