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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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A few students from another school, Handumanan Elementary School 2, had been sickened, too, after they bought food also from the HES 1 canteen.
B Webb Bodfari, Clwyd SAD: Puppies I WAS sickened to read that tiny "fashionable" puppies are being imported from overseas in terrible conditions.
Researchers also noted that states reported 42 percent fewer outbreaks in 2011 than in 2002, though that does not necessarily mean fewer people are being sickened.
In the last two months alone, outbreaks have killed six people, sickened more than 400 and sent nearly 150 to the hospital.
It said the 10 sickened workers remained in hospital.
coli that has killed at least 17 people in Europe and sickened 1,500 has never been seen in a human population and it may be the most toxic yet, health experts said on Thursday.
Mr Gilmore, who is also the Minister for Foreign Affairs, said he was sickened by the Afghan custom where young children are sold for sex.
Summary: Medical workers in quake-hit Haiti are fighting to stem a cholera epidemic that has killed nearly 200 people and sickened more than 2,000.
We were actually all sickened of the constant strikes destroying the country.
Summary: A court is hearing the country's first civil lawsuit by a man whose child was sickened in China's tainted milk scandal, state media reported Saturday.
A COUNCILLOR is sickened a new rail service between West Yorkshire and London will not stop in Kirklees.
Without disclosing the compensation amount, the association said that families of 262,662 children who were sickened after drinking the melamine-contaminated milk products had signed compensation agreements and accepted compensation, the chinaview.