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Adjective
Affected by a disease or illness
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“James was a dedicated family doctor who dedicated his life to looking after those who were sick.”
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Feeling sick with an urge to vomit
“She ran to her bathroom and vomited, hoping to relieve the sick sensation she was feeling.”
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(sick of) Having one's patience, interest or pleasure exhausted
“I am starting to get sick of my mundane job.”
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In a state of misery about something
“I feel so sick about the whole affair that nothing could possibly relieve my gloom.”
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Feeling a sense of disgust or repulsion
“It makes me sick to think that someone so unfunny could be a professional comedian.”
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Depraved, perverted or extremely wrong in a moral sense
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“What kind of sick individual decides to make a watermelon pizza?”
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In bad taste
“She told us a sick joke, and we were all disgusted with her.”
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Making fun of death, illness, or misfortune
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“The movie's sick plot was designed to appeal to those with an appreciation of a more alternative form of humor.”
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(colloquial) Physically ill or weakened
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Having an unstable state of mind
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Depicting or referring to vulgar matters in a way that is unacceptable in polite society
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Let down
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Feeling or showing extreme tiredness, especially as a result of excessive exertion
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Departing from usual or accepted standards, especially in social or sexual behaviour
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Defective in some way
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Afflicted with palsy
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(slang, somewhat rare) Very good, in a sublime way
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Of, or relating to old age
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Not performing its proper or intended function
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Having or proceeding from an extreme or fanatical support of or belief in something
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Having faults or errors
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Scruffy or shabby
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(of a space) Restricted in area or volume
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Afflicted
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(British, colloquial) The regurgitated former contents of a stomach
“A dog was examining a pile of sick.”
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A person in receipt of medical treatment
Verb
To take violent or aggressive action against
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