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1 sicken

Cause aversion in; offend the moral sense of:
— The pornographic pictures sickened us.

synonyms: churn up, disgust, nauseate, revolt.

Roget 395: be unpalatable etc. adj.; sicken, disgust, nauseate, pall, turn the stomach.   

Roget 655: be ill etc. adj.; ail, suffer, labor under, be affected with, complain of, have; droop, flag, languish, halt; ... show more

Roget 830: cause pain, occasion pain, give pain, bring pain, induce pain, produce pain, create pain, inflict pain etc. 828; pain, hurt, wound.    pinch, ... show more

Roget 841: weary; tire etc. (fatigue) 688; bore; bore to death, weary to death, tire to death, bore out of one's skull, bore out of one's life, weary out of one's life, tire out of one's life, bore out of all patience, ... show more

Roget 867: mislike misrelish, dislike, disrelish; mind, object to; have rather not, would rather not, prefer not to, not care for; have a dislike for, conceive a dislike to, entertain a dislike for, take a dislike to, ... show more

2 sicken

Get sick.

synonym: come down.

3 sicken

Upset and make nauseated:
— The mold on the food sickened the diners.

synonyms: nauseate, turn one's stomach.

4 sicken

Make sick or ill.

Moby thesaurus: OD, affect, afflict, appall, be brought down, be felled, be struck down, be traumatized, break out, catch, catch cold, collapse, come down with, contract, debilitate, degenerate, derange, deteriorate, devitalize, disable ... show more.

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Roget 830: painfulness etc. adj.; trouble, care etc. (pain) 828; trial; affliction, infliction; blow, stroke, burden, ... show more

Roget 867: dislike, distaste, disrelish, disinclination, displacency.    reluctance; backwardness etc. (unwillingness) 603.    repugnance, disgust, queasiness, ... show more

Roget 641: redundancy, redundance; too much, too many; superabundance, superfluity, superfluence, saturation; nimiety, transcendency, exuberance, profuseness; profusion ... show more

Roget 395: unsavoriness etc. adj.; amaritude; acrimony, acridity (bitterness) 392.2; roughness etc. (sour) 397; acerbity, austerity; ... show more

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