sick·enedsick·en·ing \ˈsi-kə-niŋ, ˈsik-niŋ\
: to become weary or satiated
: to cause revulsion in <their prejudice sickens me>
— sick·en·er \ˈsi-kə-nər, ˈsik-nər\ noun
Examples of SICKEN
- Many people sickened and died on the long voyage.
- The bacteria in the drinking water sickened the whole village.
- We were sickened by the reports of violence.
First Known Use of SICKEN
sick·en transitive verb \ˈsik-ən\ (Medical Dictionary)
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