- make (someone) feel disgusted or appalled；feel disgust or horror
verb: sicken, 3rd person present: sickens, gerund or present participle: sickening, past tense: sickened, past participle: sickened
- 1. make (someone) feel disgusted or appalled:
she was sickened by the bomb attack
- 2. feel disgust or horror:
he sickened at the thought
- 3. become ill:
Dawson sickened unexpectedly and died in 1916
- 4. begin to show symptoms of (a particular illness):
I hope I'm not sickening for a cold
- v.make (someone) feel disgusted or appalled:
- she was sickened by the bomb attack
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