sicken


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Synonyms for sicken

disgust

Synonyms

fall ill

Synonyms

  • fall ill
  • take sick
  • ail
  • go down with something
  • contract something
  • be stricken by something

sicken for something

Synonyms

  • fall ill with
  • get
  • go down with
  • contract
  • be stricken with
  • show symptoms of
  • take ill with

sicken of something or someone

Synonyms

  • grow tired of
  • tire of
  • weary of
  • have had enough of
  • become bored with
  • become jaded by

Synonyms for sicken

to become affected with a disease

to offend the senses or feelings of

Synonyms for sicken

upset and make nauseated

make sick or ill

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Perhaps she wondered what star was destined for her habitation when she had run her little course below; perhaps speculated which of those glimmering spheres might be the natal orb of Mr Tappertit; perhaps marvelled how they could gaze down on that perfidious creature, man, and not sicken and turn green as chemists' lamps; perhaps thought of nothing in particular.
The sight of a wound or scar always agitates and sickens me," she said.
It beats and throbs like a pulsating heart within her iron ribs, and when it stops, the steamer, whose life is not so much a contest as the disdainful ignoring of the sea, sickens and dies upon the waves.
Anyone who likes amalgamating is welcome to it, but it sickens me.
Nevertheless, many molds can irritate or sicken sensitive individuals such as infants, the elderly or asthmatics.
coli sicken over 30,000 people a year and kill dozens.
He added: "It sickens me that there are people who would harm a defenceless horse for no reason.