The speaker was an ill-conditioned man, and the object offered for sale was a climbing monkey of easily deranged mechanism.
It was the most vulgar, ill-conditioned beast he had ever set eyes on.
I was afterward convinced (and so was Ada) that from the ill-conditioned eldest child these words extorted a sharp yell.
They say he was a moody, ill-conditioned man, the old tenant of the mill.
She blamed nobody; no doubt she had been unruly, ill-conditioned, unmanageable; still, she had missed that.
He strikes me as being rather a surly, ill-conditioned person.
Major Garnet pressed forward to where, at the team's left, the owner of these chattels sat on his ill-conditioned horse.
But the ill-conditioned kept their way, till, at the cry of "Bell O!"
There is an ill-conditioned tone about writers of his political class, extremely trying to the patience and temper of the reader.
They are the devilish, the ill-conditioned—one with the wharf rats that hunt for mice.