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Adjective: sick (sicker,sickest)  sik
  1. Feeling nausea; feeling about to vomit
    - nauseated, nauseous, queasy, sickish
     
  2. Affected by an impairment of normal physical or mental function
    "sick from the monotony of his suffering";
    - ill
     
  3. Affected with madness or insanity
    - brainsick, crazy, demented, disturbed, mad, unbalanced, unhinged
     
  4. (of light) lacking in intensity or brightness; dim or feeble
    "the sick stars";
    - pale, pallid, wan
     
  5. Deeply affected by a strong feeling
    "sat completely still, sick with envy"; "she was sick with longing"
     
  6. Shockingly repellent; inspiring horror
    "sick wounds";
    - ghastly, grim, grisly, gruesome, macabre
     
  7. Having a strong distaste from surfeit
    "sick of it all"; "sick to death of flattery"; "gossip that makes one sick";
    - disgusted, fed up, sick of, tired of
     
  8. [N. Amer, slang] Brilliant; very good
    - socko [N. Amer, informal], righteous [US, slang], fab [Brit, informal], crucial [slang], rad [N. Amer, slang], radical [N. Amer, slang], nang [Brit, slang], phat [slang], legit [US, slang], awesomesauce [informal], amazeballs [informal], beaut [Austral, NZ, informal], lit [US, slang], storming [Brit, informal], blinding [Brit, slang], stonking [Brit, informal], brill [Brit, informal], wicked [slang], cushty [Brit, informal], ace [informal], def [slang], magic [Brit, slang], smokin' [slang], smoking [slang], super [informal]
Noun: sick  sik
  1. People who are sick
    "they devote their lives to caring for the sick"
     
  2. [Brit, informal] The matter ejected in vomiting
    - vomit, vomitus, barf [informal], spew [informal], vom [informal]
Verb: sick  sik
  1. Eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth
    - vomit, vomit up, purge, cat [informal], be sick, disgorge, regorge [archaic], retch, barf [informal], spew [informal], spue [archaic], chuck [informal], upchuck [N. Amer, informal], honk [Brit, informal], regurgitate, throw up, hurl [informal], keck [informal], vom [informal], chuck up [Brit, informal], chunder [Brit, informal], boke [UK, dialect], boak [UK, dialect]

Sounds like: shore, sure, pshaw, si

Derived forms: sickest, sicker, sicked, sicks, sicking

See also: A1 [informal], ace [informal], affected, afflicted, aguish, ailing, air sick, airsick, alarming, A-one [informal], autistic, awesome [informal], bedfast, bedrid [non-standard], bedridden, beezer [UK, archaic], bilious, brilliant, bronchitic, carsick, consumptive, convalescent, crack [informal], crook [Austral, NZ, informal], delirious, diabetic, displeased, dizzy, dyspeptic, excellent, faint, fantabulous [informal], feverish, feverous, first-class, first-rate, funny, giddy, gouty, green, grotty [Brit, informal], hallucinating, indisposed, insane, laid low, laid up, light, lightheaded, light-headed, liverish, livery, lush [Brit, informal], milk-sick, moved, off-colour [Brit, informal], out of sorts [informal], outstanding, palsied, paralysed [Brit, Cdn], paralytic, paralyzed [N. Amer], paraplegic, peaked, poorly, rachitic, recovering, rickety, ripping [Brit, informal], scrofulous, seasick, seedy [archaic], sick-abed, sickly, sneezy, spastic, splendid, stellar [informal], stirred, stricken, super, swooning, tiptop, top-drawer, topnotch [informal], top-notch [informal], tops [informal], touched, tubercular, tuberculous, under the weather [informal], unfit, unhealed, unhealthy, unwell, upset, vertiginous, weak, woozy [informal]

Type of: body waste, egest, eliminate, excrement, excreta, excrete, excretion, excretory product, pass, people

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