sick

Substantiv
sick persons collectively (usually preceded by the)
  • "Some kind people devote their lives to caring for the sick."
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British English: the matter ejected in vomiting
  • "The bedclothes were covered with sick."

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Verb
sick
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eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth

Synonymer

to set upon or attack; to urge or incite (others) to hostile action
  • "He sicked his mean dog on me! (Also: sic/sicced/siccing.)"

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Adjektiv
afflicted with ill health or disease; ailing
  • "She'd been sick with cancer for several years."

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affected with nausea; inclined to vomit
  • "Margie had been feeling sick all afternoon and decided it must be something she had eaten."

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mentally, morally, or emotionally deranged, corrupt, or unsound; characteristic of a sick mind
  • "I don't want to hear about your sick fantasies."

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deeply affected with some unpleasant feeling, as of sorrow, disgust, or boredom; utterly weary or fed up
  • "I'm sick and tired of working so hard!"
  • "I'm sick of hearing all that gossip."

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of, pertaining to, or for use during sickness
  • "He applied for his sick benefits."