be sick to death of (someone or something)

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be sick to death of (someone or something)

To be or become exceedingly wearied by, bored of, or exasperated with someone or 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. I know you're sick to death of my parents, but they're only here for a couple more days, so try to be nice, OK?
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I am sick to death of all these scaremongers and the vast majority of Tory MPs who are doing it, saying we are doomed if we leave the EU and everything will go up in price, we'll be living on the breadline, people will be destitute...
Commenting on Twitter, he said: "I am sick to death of overpaid, left-wing, so-called comedians on the BBC who think their view is morally superior."
One said: "I am sick to death of 'offended' people.
Like a lot of people in Ireland I am sick to death of compo culture and angered by the Government's failure to deal with it.
And a London cabbie tweeted: "I am sick to death of reading these sad events."
I am sick to death of the way these people keep moving the goalposts and cry "sovereignty" as if we won't have to adopt the standards of either the EU or the US in order to trade in this "buccaneering" new world.
"I am sick to death of picking up rubbish off my street that is blowing over from your store due to your slovenly attitude towards litter around your property.
We are all entitled to our opinions on what is good for us, our families and our country, so am sick to death of this fascist viewpoint that everything these people disagree with, must be wrong.
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 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!" The Riot Club is not a party most of us would wish to attend.
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.
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.