- v cause aversion in; offend the moral sense of
- v get sick
- v upset and make nauseated
- v make sick or ill
- s causing or able to cause nausea
a sickening stench
- To some Americans, the pictures were also sickening.
- For South Koreans, the current economic meltdown has a sickening familiarity.
- The accounts of these misdeeds would be sickening in the best of times.
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- Osprey crash responders awarded medals
Gunnery Sgt. Joseph Alvarez was watching an MV-22B Osprey rise from a training site in Morocco last year when everything went wrong. The aircraft lost balance, pitched forward and crashed nose-first with a sickening crunch on the landing zone.
June 18, 2013 - Navy Times
- Jim Dey: Punishing candor will make truth more elusive
In an age of sickening political correctness and strategic faux outrage, it's getting tough on people who like to lighten things up with a joke or two. In an age of sickening political correctness and strategic faux outrage, it's getting tough on people who like to lighten things up with a joke or two. Just ask Gordon Gee, the soon-to-be-former president of Ohio State University. He's a guy who ...
June 15, 2013 - IlliniHQ.com
- Gordon Brown in Reuters
We will work with international partners to find a way to close this sickening chapter that has cost so many lives,said Brown. "The forthcoming African Union summit is an opportunity for the region to restore hope to the people of...
- Lee Westwood in Yuma Sun
Well, it's sickening not to be in the playoff tomorrow, but all in all I played pretty good all week,Westwood said. "I'm pleased with myself and I think that I've proved to myself and a few others that I think there is a major championship...
- Frank Lautenberg in The Press Association
Senator Lautenberg said in a statement on his website: "I was outraged when Mr Al Megrahi was released from prison and it is sickening that this convicted terrorist may have been released under false pretences."