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sicken

(sĭk′ən)
v. sick·ened, sick·ening, sick·ens
tr. & intr.v.
To make or become sick.

sick′en·er n.
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Judge Barbara Mensah said the attack was "shocking and sickening to watch".
Chief Inspector Robert Pack, from the Homicide and Major Crime Command, said: "It is sickening to think someone would deliberately target a pregnant woman in this way.
It's sickening, it's hard to think past tonight because we're still devastated.
The Cabinet Office spokeswoman said: "The amendments made to Wikipedia are sickening.
A CONVICTED rapist has been jailed for 14 years for a sickening sex attack on a little girl.
He was left with a black eye and a split nose and lip following the sickening assault in the early hours of Saturday.
As a result of this sickening attack, the victim's jaw was fractured in three places and he is now waiting to undergo surgery.
The strain that is sickening people in Germany and other parts of Europe, known as 0104:H4, is part of a class of bacteria known as Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli, or STEC.
It's bad to lose, but when you lose like that, it's sickening.
IT'S sickening that murderers like Ian Huntley are able to spend up to pounds 550 to give themselves a Christmas gift.
Melamine contamination in milk products has been blamed for the sickening.
Dr McKee said: "It is so revealing to note the sickening responses.