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What (who) is sick - definition

Sick (film); Sick (disambiguation); Sick (album); Sicks; Sick's

possessing exceptional talent. bad-ass.
You need to check out this band, they have a sick bass player.
·noun Sickness.
II. Sick ·superl Corrupted; imperfect; impaired; weakned.
III. Sick ·vi To fall sick; to Sicken.
IV. Sick ·superl Having a strong dislike; disgusted; surfeited;
- with of; as, to be sick of flattery.
V. Sick ·superl Affected with, or attended by, nausea; inclined to vomit; as, sick at the stomach; a sick headache.
VI. Sick ·superl Affected with disease of any kind; ill; indisposed; not in health. ·see the Synonym under Illness.
1) sick at (sick at heart; sick at the prospect of leaving home)
2) sick of (we are sick of the red tape)
3) (misc.) sick to one's stomach; worried sick; to be sick and tired of smt.



Sick may refer to:

Pronunciation examples for sick
1. sick-- really sick--
How Death Becomes Life _ Joshua Mezrich _ Talks at Google
2. Sick.
Lonely Planet's The Best in Travel 2013 _ Robert Reid _ Talks at Google
3. -Sick.
From Antarctica to Afghanistan _ Mike Libecki _ Talks at Google
4. Sick?
Paranoik (1963)
5. Sick .
Community Season 5 _ Donald Glover, Joel McHale, Gillian Jacobs & More _ Talks at Google
Examples of use of sick
1. "Sick, sick, sick, sick, sick," the former page wrote.
2. "She is sick, sick, sick of all the negative publicity.
3. "Sick sick sick sick sick sick sick sick sick sick sick sick sick." The House response –– John Shimkus, the Illinois congressman who oversees the page program, appears to have done nothing more than give Foley a private warning; he wasn‘t even stripped of his co–chairmanship of the House Caucus on Missing and Exploited Children –– suggests that Republican leaders were motivated more by fear of electoral fallout than by concern for the young pages in their care.
4. The boy told an acquaintance he found the request "sick, sick, sick." How did House Majority Leader John A.
5. ABC reported that the boy forwarded the photo–request e–mail to an unidentified congressional staffer and wrote that the message was "sick sick sick sick sick." Efforts by The Washington Post to reach the boy were unsuccessful.