be sick of (something)

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be sick of (something)

To be thoroughly tired of or exasperated by something. I am so sick of all these political campaign ads. They're on all the time, and every year they get nastier and nastier.
See also: of, sick
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I am sick of seeing people for the last few days come down and take photographs of it for every little rag that goes to press.
So that I have no society; I live alone; I am sick of it -- my mind preys on itself.
I am sick of hearing about the affair, and many a quarrel I have had in your cause.
I AM sick of people saying it is sick or gross to see an old couple holding hands, linking arms or kissing in public.
I am sick of people asking me "Don't you eat enough?
I AM sick of people slagging off the baby boomers because we were born in the 1950s.
I AM sick of hearing people who are lucky enough to be working moaning on about people on benefits.
I am sick of being told we have to be timid and I am sick of being told we have to be limited in technologies that are 50 years old," Gingrich added.
I am sick of all this jealousy among the haves and have nots.
As a practising Catholic, I am sick of the betrayal of some of the clergy and faithful.
I am sick of hearing that modern mothers have no choice because they have a mortgage to pay.
There is never going to be an agreement and I am sick of reading the same unloving comments over and over.
I AM sick of reading about the story of Princess Diana's death.
I am not a Plaid supporter but I am sick of Labour members calling them nationalists as an insult.