sickener


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sick·en

 (sĭk′ən)
v. sick·ened, sick·en·ing, sick·ens
tr. & intr.v.
To make or become sick. See Synonyms at disgust.

sick′en·er n.

sickener

(ˈsɪkənə)
n
1. (Pathology) something that induces sickness or nausea
2. (Plants) a bright red basidiomycetous fungus of either of two species of Russula, notably the poisonous R. emetica
Translations
tulipunahapero

sickener

n (inf)
(thing) → ekelhafte Sache, Brechmittel nt (fig inf)
(= obnoxious person)Ekel nt (fig)
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DEAN Keates described Barrow AFC's last-gasp equaliser at the Racecourse on New Year's Day as a sickener as Wrexham dropped further behind National League leaders Macclesfield Town.
DEAN KEATES described Barrow's last gasp equaliser at the Racecourse as a sickener as the Dragons dropped further points to National League leaders Macclesfield Town.
It is a real sickener," admitted McCrory, who was due to go out to his Wild Atlantic gym in Culdaff this week to put the finishing touches to the Derry man's training.
The closure of the loft and cavity wall business with a loss of 500 jobs is a real sickener.
Castleford and the two Hull clubs also wanted Hock - who is now with Leigh - and he said: "I'd had a sickener at Salford.
I can't begin to tell you how hard it was last year when I missed out on the Grand Final so to fall foul of the injury jinx again is a bit of a sickener.
Defender Hughes groaned: "The manner of the draw after playing so well for 85 minutes is a bit of a sickener.
Devastated Peterborough boss Darren Ferguson last night insisted his side's relegation sickener was the cruellest blow of his career.
What can you do, it's an absolute sickener but they are very delicate creatures.
WHAT happened to Secant Star at Punchestown on Friday, when he had to be pulled up, was a bit of a sickener.
It's a real sickener for Ruby, he's not been back long, but it's the nature of the game I'm afraid.
To lose was a sickener, but that's the way things are going for us at the moment.