sickening


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causing or able to cause nausea

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A Cleveland Police spokesperson said: "To have someone find their animals hurt in such a way is unthinkable and sickening.
I will be chairing a meeting of COBRA this morning following the horrifying and sickening terror attacks in Paris," Cameron said on Twitter.
The former Boomtown Rat added: "If there's a new economy then there needs to be a new politics and it's a failure of that new politics that's led to this disgrace, this absolute sickening disgrace.
Judge Barbara Mensah said the attack was "shocking and sickening to watch".
The Cabinet Office spokeswoman said: "The amendments made to Wikipedia are sickening.
But it was the sickening attack on collie dog Kiri as she tried to defend the house in Stoke that prompted villagers to place a PS500 reward on Senior's head.
A SICKENING case of violence "for the fun of it" led to a 25-year-old man being jailed for two and a half years.
THE cash-strapped Government is to donate EUR20million to help end the sickening sex abuse of kids in one of the world's most war ravaged countries.
I just wanted him to go away but that's sickening, to be honest'.
Specially trained officers at the Knocknagoney unit were told that they would get more help in dealing with their sickening workload.
AN ardent cat lover, I couldn't let this column go by without mentioning the sickening act carried out by those who strung up two cats and suspended them from the window of an empty flat.
AN 86-YEAR-OLD Dunkirk veteran who was bound and gagged during a sickening robbery in Coventry today talked of his ordeal.
A gang of men hurled sickening racist abuse at people on a train, it is claimed.
Coach Tony Judd said: 'It's absolutely sickening to lose by such a small margin and the lads are gutted.