sick to death of

sick to death of something

(spoken)
extremely bored with something We are sick to death of the constant talk of a baseball strike.
Related vocabulary: sick (and tired) of somebody/something
See also: death, of, sick
References in classic literature ?
As for the baroness, he was sick to death of her, especially since she'd taken to offering continually to lend him money.
He'd have got sick to death of her in three months.
The prince, when he heard the story afterwards, felt that he had never yet come across so wonderful a humorist, or such remarkable brilliancy as was shown by this man; and yet if he had only known it, this story was the oldest, stalest, and most worn-out yarn, and every drawing-room in town was sick to death of it.
Do, for mercy sake, stop talking about Polly, I 'm sick to death of it," cried Fanny, snappishly.
And we're all sick to death of women and their votes.
It means that I'm sick to death of you all and I want to be alone," Raskolnikov answered calmly.
It reflects the mood of those who are sick to death of being bossed around by this useless, bloated, corrupt and undemocratic power.
I am sick to death of these people wasting my hard earned money.
I am personally sick to death of having to breathe their foul smelling and life shortening odour and this also goes for the idiots who now walk around with the electronic cigarettes.
We are sick to death of this justice system and the do-gooders out there bleating on about offenders' human rights.
He then stood up, grabbed a microphone, and declared: "Listen, I'm Tyson Fury, I'm the best heavyweight on the planet, this idiot is getting knocked spark out and I'm sick to death of this.
When asked for his opening remarks, Fury said: "Listen, I'm Tyson Fury, I'm the best heavyweight on the planet, this idiot is getting knocked spark out and I'm sick to death of this.
However, I am sick to death of the sob stories that accompany these reality talent shows, especially when people are made to tell us how they are doing it for their mum and dad who have supported them through thick and thin or because they love their son/daughter so much and they are doing it all to give them a better life.
However, I am sick to death of the sob stories that accompany these reality talent shows, especially when people are made to tell us how they are doing for their mum and dad who have supported them through thick and thin or because they love their son/daughter so much and they are doing it all to give them a better life.
I am sick to death of cleaning up other people's dropped litter.