From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfeel sickfeel sick (also be/feel sick to your stomach American English)SICK/VOMIT to feel as if you are going to vomitAs soon as the ship started moving I began to feel sick.feel sick withMary felt sick with fear.She began to shiver, feeling sick to her stomach.Virginia had a sick feeling in her stomach. →carsick, seasick, → travel-sickat travel sickness →sick
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feel sick• I looked at the picture and felt sick.• We crossed the street, I felt sick.• When he heard the girls were dead he felt sick.• We'd only been in the car two minutes when David said he felt sick.• He is talking directly to us and we do feel sick.• He felt good and then felt sick about the way he had pissed him off on the phone like that.• I felt sick after I ate all that candy.• I feel sick, and we still have a few minutes left.• Sometimes after I watch a match, I feel sick because of it.• He developed a severeheadache and felt very sick by day three.• It smears my file, and I feel sick every time I look at it.• If you feel sick, there's the bowl, okay?• I had no urge to smoke when I was pregnant. It made me feel sick to my stomach.• When I was pregnant, the smell of coffee made me feel sick to my stomach.