sickening[ sik-uh-ning ]SEE DEFINITION OF sickening
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SICKENING
When I last wrote, on the Somme in 1915, I was sickening with typhoid fever.
A sickening conviction came that it was the dreaded influenza.
I had read the "Extra," with all its sickening details, and so handed it back to him.
It was sickening to see, because I knew what was going to happen.
Such symptoms, when a disease of the kind is rife, are usually the signs of sickening.
A sickening vision of that first night in Paris swam before her.
The simple words fell upon my ears with a sickening finality.
It's sickening, but I am afraid we must pass those tickets on.
Anyway, it did not sell, coming back every time with sickening regularity.
Why I ever made such a sickening ass of myself, I can't think.