be sick to death of (something)

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be sick to death of (something)

To be or become exceedingly wearied by, bored of, or exasperated with something. I'm sick to death of doing my boss's errands. If something doesn't change soon, I'm going to quit! I was all gung-ho about this graduate program when I first began, but I must admit that I've been sick to death of these boring lectures lately.
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Due to rents being too high, staff completely unreliable, UK Customs being complete d***s and due to the fact that I am sick to death of being accused of being a scam merchant, I will no longer be operating out of a showroom and everything will be order only.
I am sick to death of the vitriol poured out from all sides towards Laura Kuenssberg.
I hope there is another new name on the Premier League trophy at the end of next season because I am sick to death of national newspapers, radio stations and TV all consistently talking and debating about why Arsenal, Manchester United, Liverpool or Chelsea haven't won it.
She added: "I am sick to death of people getting on here and spouting about our venue when it is in our terms and conditions.
I am sick to death of people who were born and bred here, who can go back generations, having to constantly creep around, frightened to say anything in case it should cause offence or be considered racist.
I am sick to death of these people wasting my hard earned money.
The Fine Gael Minister added: "I am sick to death of this problem quite frankly.
The film is a sobering attack on a culture of inherited privilege and power in Britain with Scherfig dissecting how our egalitarian society is founded on secret handshakes in wood-panelled rooms, where one inebriated club member sneers: "I am sick to death of poor people
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.
and it is fronted by that vacuous woman gushing" Art expert Brian Sewell takes a swipe at TV presenter Fiona Bruce "I am sick to death of doing television programmes fronted by nitwits" Sir Roy Strong, former director of the National Portrait Gallery and the Victoria & Albert Museum "There is no God-given rule saying you have got to have a well-performing economy.
I am sick to death of watching the sport I love go the shape of a rather large pear.
He says: Of his sexuality: "I am sick to death of the media''s speculation about it.
I AM sick to death of Steve Bruce moaning and whingeing in the newspapers and on TV about Darren Bent's transfer to Aston Villa.
I am sick to death of the thinly-veiled sexism that condemns women for working and playing hard.
Q I AM sick to death of my girlfriend constantly talking about her ex.