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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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I'm sure the families of the people affected in this most recent outbreak will be as outraged as I am that these pathogens, which can severely sicken and even kill, are allowed into the food supply unregulated.
It sickens me how intolerant gay people often are of evangelical Christians and other religious fundamentalists.
WHAT sickens me more than anything else is the sickening bias towards Liverpool players shown by match officials.
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