causing or capable of causing sickness, especially nausea, disgust, or loathing:
verb (used with or without object)
to make or become sick.
causing sickness or revulsion
(informal) extremely annoying
to make or become sick, nauseated, or disgusted
(intransitive) often foll by for. to show symptoms (of an illness)
adjective 1. comparative of sick1 . adjective 1. safe from danger; secure. 2. dependable; trustworthy. adverb 3. certainly; without doubt. adjective, sicker, sickest. 1. afflicted with ill health or disease; ailing. 2. affected with nausea; inclined to vomit. 3. deeply affected with some unpleasant feeling, as of sorrow, disgust, or boredom: sick at heart; to […]
noun 1. Walter Richard, 1860–1942, English painter. noun 1. Walter Richard. 1860–1942, British impressionist painter, esp of scenes of London music halls
noun 1. migraine. sick headache noun 1. a headache accompanied by nausea 2. a nontechnical name for migraine sick headache n. See migraine.
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