sickened in English
she was sickened by the bomb attack
Dawson sickened unexpectedly and died in 1916
Use "sickened" in a sentence
1. Sickened by his monstrous act,
2. She's sickened all that she had eaten.
3. The fetid odour sickened the hospital workers.
4. 8 Their squalor and wretchedness have sickened me.
5. The child sickened with whooping cough.
6. The stench of blood and waste sickened him.
7. Their squalor and wretchedness have sickened me.
8. I was sickened at/by the sight of the dead body.
9. 4 The thought of such cruelty sickened her.
10. I was frustrated by my ghetto, sickened by my reputation.
11. Sickened in their absence, blissful in their company; love's fool.
12. The Bishop said he was sickened by the severity of the sentence.
13. All decent people should be sickened by such a pointless waste of life.
14. They were sickened by the scenes of misery and degradation they found.
15. His little sister had sickened and died before her second birthday.
16. What he saw there sickened him, despite all his years of police work.
17. The older people just sickened and died as food supplies ran low.
18. He finally sickened of the endless round of parties and idle conversation.
19. With her vivid imagination, Melissa could visualise the scene and it sickened her.
20. Martyn Lilley was sickened by the three month reduction in Gooch's prison term.
21. 15 I had heard them complaining of how nauseated they felt, how the very thought of food sickened them.
22. He was sickened by sifting through hundreds of case notes on crimes against children, desperately looking for clues.
23. When they burned the martyrs, the smoke which blew from the stake sickened men of popery more than anything else.
24. I thought that maybe Elsie went under finally sickened and stifled by the righteous attitudes that prevailed at the time.
25. A POISON-GAS attack on the Tokyo, Japan, subway in March 1995 killed 12 people, sickened thousands more, and helped reveal a secret.
26. Sickened by the mere smell of food I suddenly saw the wonder in the most common foods: an egg a hard-boiled egg.
27. A newspaper scare closer to home arose during the Spanish-American War, when packers were blamed with shipping "embalmed beef " that sickened the troops.
28. They were not sickened by such exhibitions because the ghastly butcheries of the amphitheatre had long since debased their feelings and perverted their instincts.” —Matthew 5:27, 28.
29. - to whom, when sickened with the praises of all other men, I could daily betake myself, and be known as the vilest of all sinners, methinks my soul might keep itself alive thereby.
30. 30 - to whom, when sickened with the praises of all other men, I could daily betake myself, and be known as the vilest of all sinners, methinks my soul might keep itself alive thereby.