Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Diseased or distressed in mind or soul; morally diseased.
“` He is soul-sick from the journey through hell I have given him.”
“I get so soul-sick of the war news because it's a bad day that never changes.”
“Just keep everybody calm," Richard Gere's soul-sick veteran cop tells the rookie he's been assigned to work with in "Brooklyn's Finest.”
“Slayers, Bastard, Zeiram, Ghost In The Shell, Akira … And the indescribable Neon Genesis Evangelion, a breakthrough in storytelling – the End of Evangelion left me in a strange state of being soul-sick for two weeks afterwards.”
“And we certainly don't have more time yet to contemplate this soul-sick nation by steeping ourselves in a tale.”
“But just who, in practice, in this hurry-scurry age, has time to heal a soul-sick nation?”
“A soul-sick feeling told me I had to quit working for Mother.”
“You will never know that terrible, soul-sick longing that comes when you miss someone so much that your heart twists and your stomach drops and a sick hollowness creeps in, filling you back up but with the absence of things — loneliness, despair, yearning.”
“Knight, soul-sick and weary of his life, did not arouse himself to utter a word in reply.”
“The result: a guy who had pulled for JFK, Lyndon Johnson, Hubert Humphrey, Bobbie Kennedy, Jimmy Carter and even wrote a letter to Bill Clinton championing him to stay the course through the Lewinsky scandal, turned around and walked away from the democratic party which had been hijacked by a cadre of soul-sick, vengeful paranoids who saw evil, criminality and deception around every corner.”
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