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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
sick (adjective)
1.
a) (1) affected with disease or ill health - ailing
(2) of, relating to, or intended for use in - sickness sick pay a sick ward
b) - queasy nauseated sick to one's stomach was sick in the car
c) undergoing menstruation
2.
spiritually or morally unsound or corrupt
3.
a) by strong emotion - sickened sick with fear worried sick
b) having a strong distaste from surfeit - satiated sick of flattery
c) filled with disgust or chagrin - gossip makes me sick
d) depressed and longing for something - sick for one's home
4.
a) mentally or emotionally unsound or disordered - morbid sick thoughts
b) highly distasteful - macabre sadistic sick jokes a sick crime
5.
lacking vigor as - sickly
a) badly outclassed - made the competition look sick
b) incapable of producing profitable yields of a crop - sick soils
sick (noun)
British - vomit
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
sick (adjective)
1.
temporarily suffering from a disorder of the body
SYNONIMS:
ailing, bad, down, ill, indisposed, peaked, peaky, poorly, punk, run-down, sickened, unhealthy, unsound, unwell
RELATED WORDS:
symptomatic; cruddy, lousy, seedy, sickish; nauseated, nauseous, qualmish, queasy ( queazy), squeamish; airsick, carsick, seasick; dizzy, light-headed, shaky, woozy; achy, feverish; diseased, disordered; decrepit, feeble, fragile, frail, infirm, invalid, sickly, weak, weakly; afflicted, troubled; challenged, debilitated, disabled, halt, incapacitated, lame; hypochondriac, hypochondriacal
out of sorts, under the weather
NEAR ANTONYMS:
able-bodied, conditioned, fit, well-conditioned; cured; better, convalescing, improved, mending, recovering, recuperating, rehabilitated; hardy, hearty, lusty, robust, rugged, stalwart, strong, tough; blooming, bouncing, chipper, flourishing, flush, thriving
hale, healthful, healthy, sound, well, whole, wholesome
sick (adjective)
2.
filled with disgust
SYNONIMS:
disgusted, nauseated, repelled, repulsed, revolted, shocked, sickened
RELATED WORDS:
fed up, weary; angered, angry, apoplectic, cheesed off [], displeased, enraged, fuming, furious, horn-mad, incensed, indignant, infuriated, irate, livid, mad, outraged, rankled, riled, roiled, shirty [], sore, steaming, teed off, ticked, upset, worked up, wrought (up)
NEAR ANTONYMS:
delighted, gratified, pleased, satisfied, thankful, thrilled, tickled; beguiled, bewitched, captivated, charmed, enchanted, enthralled, entranced, fascinated, mesmerized, spellbound
sick (adjective)
3.
affected with nausea
SYNONIMS:
ill, nauseated, qualmish, queasy ( queazy), queer, queerish, sick, sickish, squeamish
RELATED WORDS:
green, peaked, peaky, sickly; unsettled, upset, woozy
NEAR ANTONYMS:
settled; healthy, well
sick (adjective)
4.
having one's patience, interest, or pleasure exhausted
SYNONIMS:
bored, fed up, jaded, sick, sick and tired, tired, wearied
RELATED WORDS:
apathetic, disinterested, uninterested; glutted, sated, satiated, surfeited; dejected, demoralized, discouraged, disheartened, dispirited; beat, burned-out ( burnt-out), bushed, done in, drained, enervated, exhausted, fatigued, limp, played out, tuckered (out), worn-out; annoyed, exasperated, frustrated, irritated; disgusted, nauseated, repulsed; blasé ( blase), world-weary
NEAR ANTONYMS:
animated, energized, enlivened, excited, galvanized, invigorated, stimulated, vitalized; amused, entertained; beguiled, bewitched, captivated, charmed, enchanted, enthralled, fascinated, hypnotized, mesmerized; delighted, pleased, thrilled
absorbed, engaged, engrossed, interested, intrigued, rapt
sick (adjective)
5.
having or showing lowered moral character or standards
SYNONIMS:
debased, debauched, decadent, degenerate, degraded, demoralized, depraved, dissipated, dissolute, jackleg, libertine, loose, perverse, perverted, rakehell ( rakehelly), rakish, reprobate, sick, unclean, unwholesome, warped
RELATED WORDS:
bent [], crooked, cutthroat, dishonest, unethical, unprincipled, unscrupulous; contaminated, spoiled, tainted; bad, evil, immoral, iniquitous, miscreant, nefarious, sinful, vicious, wicked
NEAR ANTONYMS:
incorruptible; ethical, honest, principled; good, moral, righteous, virtuous
pure, uncorrupt, uncorrupted
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