be sick of the sight of (someone or something)

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be sick of the sight of (someone or something)

To have a strong aversion or sense of disgust or dislike when encountering someone or something. 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, 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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I am sick of the sight of them,' said Thomas, who was Wales' best performer before coming off injured with a dead leg in the second-half.
QPR manager Ian Holloway admitted after Carl Cort's hat-trick last night: "I am sick of the sight of him".
Passing every day, I am sick of the sight of the yellow fencing round the site.
I hate to say it, but I really am sick of the sight of mince pies.
Having seen them on the shelves since February, I am sick of the sight of Easter Eggs.
I NEVER thought I would say this, but I am sick of the sight of Liz Hurley.
After three months on the road, I am sick of the sight of scotch eggs
I am sick of the sight of players who have been fouled leaping to their feet and mimicking the gesture of the referee issuing a card.
Even Town manager Alan Buckley admitted: "I've had enough of Bolton, I am sick of the sight of them.