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sick

1. inclined or likely to vomit
2. 
a. suffering from ill health
b. (as collective noun; preceded by the): the sick
3. 
a. of, relating to, or used by people who are unwell
b. (in combination): sickbed
4. deeply affected with a mental or spiritual feeling akin to physical sickness
5. mentally, psychologically, or spiritually disturbed
6. an informal word for vomit
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This review was time consuming, highly disruptive and sickeningly expensive.
At these sickeningly boring events, the dubious decisions of an often shadowy jury are announced with flatulent rhetoric and overchewed jokes to the accompaniment of plastic food and dishwasher wine.
My feet fell from under me and I crashed to the ground with a sickeningly loud thud.
Lazy, manipulative and misanthropic to its core, this is a prime example of Hollywood at its most sickeningly self-important.
moved into the Oval Office and began naming Cabinet officials, he repeated a sickeningly familiar pattern: Many of the most important posts went to the CFR globalists.
And as much as they try to cover that stink with strawberries or some other sickeningly sweet scent, depilatories still reek of chemicals.
It has an irritating, sickeningly sweet, strong odor.
Instead, he's gambling on ransom money he expects to receive after he kidnaps the children of a sickeningly affluent high roller.
Sickeningly, he worked out how to abuse a young woman and hide behind the honour of the community.
David Daley, 43, was the victim of a sickeningly savage attack which left him bruised and needing hospital treatment.
David Daley, 43, who is completely blind after losing his h bl ll sight to incurable illness, was the victim of a sickeningly savage attack which left him battered and bruised, needing hospital treatment.