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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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If you are sick and tired of sitting in traffic, then you have the chance to change that,'' Villaraigosa said.
I'm sick and tired of coming out of my garden on to the street and seeing litter messing up the streets in the village where I live.
The couple said: 'We are sick and tired of people trying to make money at the expense of our family.
I know that you must be tired of me coming to you about Doctor X but I am sick and tired of Doctor X not respecting me.
Bullying, impulsive, angst-ridden, perpetually angry with his friends and mentors, and sick and tired of their keeping him in the dark, Harry does anything but live up to the Stoic ideals so prominent in the first four books.
I am sick and tired of what is being done to our party.
The 17-year-old ``said he was sick and tired of being around drugs and sick and tired of his dad doing drugs,'' said sheriff's spokesman Greg Dymerski.
I also wanted to say that I am fucking sick and tired of all the lame ass parents who think that skateboarding should be outlawed-- fuck you.
If Ken Whyte remains as editor, and is allowed to keep his stable of thoughtful columnists, there may yet be hope for Canadians who are all sick and tired of the media's previous 40-year long subservience to the Liberal left.