sick of

ADJECTIVE
  1. having a strong distaste from surfeit
    sick to death of flattery
    gossip that makes one sick
    fed up with their complaints
    grew more and more disgusted
    sick of it all
    tired of the noise and smoke
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How To Use sick of In A Sentence

  • Sick of his persona - delicate emotions paired off with caustic cynicism - he creates a bogus doppelganger to hide behind.
  • He believed he was ‘untouchable’ but his victims finally became sick of the yob and helped a specialist council unit to boot him out of their neighbourhood.
  • For people who aren't sick of Battle Without Honor or Humanity the full CD of guitar heroics from the Japanese master. AvaxHome RSS:
  • What Anvilhead supports is Bush, and bush has cost your country so anvilhead stand by your president as your doing and watch your country diminish into a third world countryand good cause the rest of the world is sick of america Think Progress » ‘This isn’t about the intel anymore.’
  • But then they've got less to compare him with, and have had no time to get sick of him.
  • I'm sick of the lot of them.
  • Sick of wines that tasted of artificial flavours and chemicals, he confided his frustration to his wife.
  • We declared war after becoming sick of snarling stars hurling abuse at refs. The Sun
  • Even I eventually got sick of hearing about characters swilling whisky and driving at the same time.
  • I'm fucking sick of this fucking rain!
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