hate, be sick of, etc. the sight of somebody/something

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be sick of the sight of (someone or something)

To be unable to tolerate encountering someone or something due to an aversion or a strong sense of disgust or dislike. At this point, he's betrayed me so many times that I'm sick of the sight of him.
See also: of, sick, sight

hate the sight of (someone or something)

To be unable to tolerate encountering someone or something due to an aversion or a strong sense of disgust or dislike. At this point, he's betrayed me so many times that I hate the sight of him. I could never be a doctor or nurse—I just hate the sight of blood.
See also: hate, of, sight

hate, be sick of, etc. the ˈsight of somebody/something

(informal) hate, etc. somebody/something very much: I’m sick of the sight of him!
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He said: "I should be sick of the sight of him, he has denied me twice on the biggest stage of all.
He said: "About one month after Law Abiding Citizen comes out, I'll be sick of the sight of me.
Matt Dawson must be sick of the sight of Welsh scrum-halves, but his ambition to be a Lions Test number nine burns as bright as ever.
This will be the fourth time that these two teams have met in the past fortnight, so they will probably be sick of the sight of each other.