sick-making

sick-making

adj
making one feel jealousmaking one feel disgusted or revoltedmaking one feel nauseoustoo sentimental; saccharine
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sick-making

[ˈsɪkmeɪkɪŋ] ADJasqueroso

sick-making

adj (inf)grässlich (inf)
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The statement stressed that all publication of all what traded is a sick-making imagination targeting national figures with clean image and to distort.
Crucially, there was also the sick-making co-efficient, and it was this that ultimately narrowed down our choice.
Which must have been slightly sick-making for his three daughters by his first marriage to Demi Moore.
As for former Sun editor Kelvin MacKenzie's sick-making apology 23 years after his "truth" libelling of Liverpool supporters, the resultS must be a complete blacklisting of this contemptuous hack, who was warned by one of his foot-soldiers not to run the story.
Anyway, while obviously I want Ma Murray's boy to win, personally I found that bow to Wills and Waity in the royal box far more sick-making than Judy's cougar moment, never mind Andy's facial fuzz.
It seems that Martin Johnson will now be reporting to John Steele, and I find that idea sick-making.
Subtlety has been replaced by schlocky slapstick and revolting, sick-making scenes.
OPENING the mail the other day, I found a letter marked with those three sick-making words: Penalty Charge Notice.
She got incredible cheekbones, too, and a dancer's figure and would, in fact, be quite sick-making if she weren't such a fun person.
At least they'd stripped the padding off the walls at the conference centre following the Tesco loonfest, but I wish they'd replaced it with something wipe-clean, so sick-making was the sycophancy.
Then, in 2004, Moore released his piece de resistance, Fahrenheit 9/11, a funny, sick-making, devastating answer to Bush administration's responses to the 9/11 attacks, including especially the invasion of Iraq.