was sick of

was sick of
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  • was sick of — was tired of, had enough of …   English contemporary dictionary

  • was sick and tired of — loathed, felt loathsome towards, abhorred, was disgusted with …   English contemporary dictionary

  • the devil was sick, the devil a saint would be; the devil was well, the devil a saint was he! — Promises made in adversity may not be kept in prosperity. Cf. medieval L. aegrotavit daemon, monachus tunc esse volebat; daemon convaluit, daemon ut ante fuit, when the Devil was ill, he wished to be a monk; when the Devil recovered, he was the… …   Proverbs new dictionary

  • sick (and tired) of someone — sick (and tired) of (someone/something) annoyed by someone or something. They visited so often that she was sick of them by the end of the summer. I m sick and tired of hearing the same old excuses! Usage notes: usually said about something that… …   New idioms dictionary

  • sick (and tired) of something — sick (and tired) of (someone/something) annoyed by someone or something. They visited so often that she was sick of them by the end of the summer. I m sick and tired of hearing the same old excuses! Usage notes: usually said about something that… …   New idioms dictionary

  • sick (and tired) of — (someone/something) annoyed by someone or something. They visited so often that she was sick of them by the end of the summer. I m sick and tired of hearing the same old excuses! Usage notes: usually said about something that you have accepted… …   New idioms dictionary

  • sick — sick1 W3S1 [sık] adj ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(ill)¦ 2 be sick 3 feel sick 4 make me/you sick 5 make somebody/yourself sick 6 be sick (and tired) of (doing) something 7 be worried sick/be sick with worry 8¦(strange/cruel)¦ 9 sick at heart …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • sick — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun the sick ADJECTIVE ▪ chronic, long term (both esp. BrE) VERB + THE SICK ▪ visit ▪ aid, care for …   Collocations dictionary

  • sick — [[t]sɪ̱k[/t]] ♦♦♦ sicker, sickest 1) ADJ GRADED If you are sick, you are ill. Sick usually means physically ill, but it can sometimes be used to mean mentally ill. He s very sick. He needs medication... She found herself with two small children,… …   English dictionary

  • sick — 1 /sIk/ adjective 1 ILL suffering from a disease or illness: Where s Sheila is she sick? | a sick child | get sick AmE (=become ill): At the last minute I got sick and couldn t go. | sick as a dog (=very sick): Pete s at home in bed, sick as a… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • sick — ill, sick Ill and sick share responsibilities in peculiar ways, and are not always interchangeable. To begin with, ill is more usually predicative (placed after a verb, as in She was ill), whereas sick occurs naturally in attributive position… …   Modern English usage


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