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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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Dragons boss Keates said: "It is a sickener, it is a deflection, there is nothing you can do about that.
STOURBRIDGE manager Gary Hackett admitted it would have been a real sickener had they thrown away two more points at Dunstable this week.
It was a real sickener we didn't win because we deserved to.
It was a real sickener and I would like to think we can make amends," said Cadden, who watched his men beat The Bees 3-0 in their opening home Midland Alliance game in August.
For example, there is no antidote for the deathly poisons found in certain mushrooms with ominous names such as Destroying Angel, Deathcap, Sickener and Fool's Mushroom.
And yesterday trainer Charles Byrnes reporting no improvement in the condition of his 10-year-old's injured fetlock, said: "It's a real sickener, but Chel-tenham is out.
Shire boss Jim McInally admitted: "It was a real sickener to lose a late goal.
LES PARRY admitted that his side's slow start cost them the game, as they crashed to an injury time sickener.
James Spendiff, 62, a retired boilerman from Chapel Park, Newcastle, said: "It is a sickener.
It was a real sickener and all the lads are bitterly disappointed to come away with nothing," said player-boss Mark McGregor.
But while a quick match would be a sickener, there are solid reasons for believing Roddick could cause the second seed plenty of problems.
Cherries boss Kevin Bond had mixed emotions and said of Crofts' late leveller: "It's a sickener, but I won't be making many changes after that type of show.