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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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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.
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.
And I grew sick and tired of people telling me they're going to Barrie to shop at Costco," says Callaghan.
Donoghue and Siegel are the authors of the book Sick and Tired of Feeling Sick and Tired: Living with Chronic Illness.
Those who are sick and tired of painting are sick and tired of what is most fundamental in their sensory experience.
This new Congress needs to realize there are 23 million small businesses in this country; they pay their taxes, they vote and they are sick and tired of being cheated.
Or how many people agree with me that we are sick and tired of the media's coverage of the 2012 Olympics?
I don't know about the rest of you but I am sick and tired about being told how sick and tired Liverpool is.
I am sick and tired of a public that refuses to deal intelligently with life as it really is
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.