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  • adj. sickened

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Examples

  • And they were absolutely gut-wrenched, obviously, by what they were seeing, their loved ones literally lying on gurneys with their blood quite clearly on the floor.

    CNN Transcript Jan 27, 2005

  • "I know he was kind of gut-wrenched a little bit by what happened on the 18th, but to see what he did, holing that 3 ½-footer for a win on the last hole did him a world of good, did the team a world of good."

    msnbc.com: Top msnbc.com headlines

  • The winemaker says he's "gut-wrenched, shocked and numb" after the loss of his flagship shiraz.

    The Seattle Times

  • I found myself weirdly gut-wrenched that it takes us so long to act on new ideas, even these days.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Buzz

  • reappeared in the hatch space and we understood, broken and gut-wrenched as we were, that we should pass up our wretched offerings to be tossed overboard, as a defeated gull would disgorge its meal for a skua.

    A Year on the Wing

  • $1m of Mollydooker Wines 2010 Velvet Glove Shiraz lost in forklift crash A MCLAREN Vale wine maker says he's "gut-wrenched, shocked and numb" after losing more than $1 million of his flagship shiraz when a container crashed from a forklift.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • $1m of Moollydooker Wines 2010 Velvet Glove Shiraz lost in forklift crash A MCLAREN Vale wine maker says he's "gut-wrenched, shocked and numb" after losing more than $1 million of his flagship shiraz when a container crashed from a forklift.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

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