Noun(1) people who are sick
Verb(1) eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth
Adjective(1) affected by an impairment of normal physical or mental function(2) feeling nausea; feeling about to vomit(3) affected with madness or insanity(4) having a strong distaste from surfeit(5) (of light, or wan(6) deeply affected by a strong feeling(7) shockingly repellent; inspiring horror
(1) John was a dedicated family doctor who, I later learned, was too busy looking after the many people sick with influenza in his practice to look after his own health.(2) For those with a sick sense of humour, say no more; this is your kind of movie.(3) I'm essentially a decent enough guy, but I'll readily admit to possessing a bit of a sick sense of humour.(4) Following his admission to the hospital, approximately 20 hospital staff became sick with similar symptoms.(5) Now even he was beginning to feel sick about this.(6) My father, who fought in the First World War, described fear as not so much a sick feeling as a heightening of the senses.(7) The ├ö├ç├┐no patient services would be cut├ö├ç├û line is a sick joke.(8) Still, what can be wrong with applying classical music as an unguent to the sores of a sick society?(9) The teacher walked in and the pride that I had felt a moment before suddenly turned into a feeling of pure sick terror.(10) Olwen Jones sued Sandwell Council where she worked at a training centre until 1995 when she went off sick with anxiety and depression and never returned to work.(11) Other Ministers own property abroad, and to give them these payouts on the grounds that they have ├ö├ç├┐incurred debts├ö├ç├û is a sign of a very sick society.(12) Like the mainstream in Britain and the US, Middle Australia is worried sick about declining values, the threat to national security and the future of their children.(13) We are transforming a once very sick society into a hopeful place.(14) The workhouse was built within the current grounds of Daisy Hill in 1841 to provide accommodation for the poorly and sick in the area.(15) ├ö├ç├┐The bargaining council is once again at risk of collapsing, which would mean no more provident or sick fund for workers,├ö├ç├û he said.(16) An election in which the names of the candidates in the various lists are still not known 18 days before the polls open is a sick joke, not an election.
(1) get sick :: krank werden
(2) feel sick :: krank fühlen
(3) very sick :: sehr krank
(4) sick and tired :: krank und müde
(5) sick of :: überdrüssig
(6) be sick :: krank sein
(7) still sick :: immer noch krank
1. ill ::
2. nauseous ::
3. disappointed ::
4. fed up with ::
5. macabre ::
6. brainsick ::
7. grim ::
8. tired of ::
9. wan ::
10. sickish ::
11. be sick ::
1. hale ::
2. healthy ::
3. sound ::
4. well ::
5. whole ::
6. wholesome ::
sick, sicked, sicker, sickest, sicking, sicks
Word Example from TV Shows
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I was a SICK child, you know?
Money Heist Season 1, Episode 12
- Yeah, well, I'm SICK too.
- Not my problem.
The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 15
Is someone SICK?
The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 11
The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 21
Sam, are you going to be SICK?
Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 3
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