failing to sustain adequate harvests of crop, usually specified. (adjective)
To be tired with or annoyed of something. (adjective)
this sense?) Sick people in general as a group. (noun)
To fall sick; to sicken. (verb)
Alternative spelling of sic. (verb)
Examples of word sick
I'm sick, I'm _sick_ of life, and you don't show you care for me a little bit.
My little mother -- you're sick, you're really _sick_, and I didn't know and I spoke so harshly.
"I will gladly endure all and every privation; for I am sick, _sick_ of worming secrets from trusting friends, and spying upon those who shelter me."
"Sometimes," he said, low and passionately, "sometimes I am sick with longing for her -- _sick_!"
If you do go sick, it will be so obvious, your boss will be looking for a way to get back at you and you will probably not even enjoy your â€™sick dayâ€™ As you may be left with mixed feelings of guilt, revenge and spitefulness etc,etcâ€¦ towards the w**ker that you have for a boss.