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- v. Used other than as an idiom: be sick.
- v. to vomit
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- v. eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth
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Okay, Karen Newman Plan #2: Pretend to be sick so that Dad has to come see me, thereby running into Mom and noticing her stunning beauty and sparkling wit.
Predicting who is going to be sick is a highly promising field of scientific inquiry, but deciding when to test for prediagnostic biomarkers and intervene with such patients promises to be dangerously tricky.
Nocepelius has not given us a lesson for a week, I think he must be sick for he was in Church yesterday; he is the organist.
Make$ had to be sick of performing “Get Like Me,” because after two months of performing with that nucka I was thoroughly sick of that shit.
Rubashov sat up and leant his forehead against the wall behind which No. 402 slept; he was afraid he was going to be sick again.
Its usual that the Judges are Entertained most of the tyme by the Bishop Major and best Gentlemen, its seldom they stay more than a weeke in a place unless they have a great deale of Buisness or that one of the judges should be sick so yt ye other must supply both barrs one after another.
Whether the person thus read to be sick or well, whether he be doing nothing or doing something else while being thus read to, the self-absorption and want of observation of the person who does it, is equally difficult to understand – although very often the readee is too amiable to say how much it hurts him.
Mr. Axley did not come to his work this morning, he must be sick again.