feel sick to (one's) stomach

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feel sick to (one's) stomach

To feel nauseous. I started feeling sick to my stomach on the way home because Kelly was driving at top speed on a windy highway.
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"It makes me feel sick to my stomach to know my mother and I will constantly need to look over our shoulder and be concerned about anyone who may resemble Thomas Kokoraleis.
So the idea that our sons wouldn't be able play together just because she has less money makes me feel sick to my stomach.
'Right now I feel sick to my stomach,' said Compton after Alaska's 102-86 Game 6 loss to the Hotshots Wednesday at Ynares Center in Antipolo.
Sandra McCusker wrote on Facebook: "I feel sick to my stomach reading about these poor people going on holiday to enjoy themselves and scumbags can take their lives.
"I feel sick to my stomach that this could have happened."
He said: "The messages made me feel sick to my stomach. I was scared.
CAMPAIGNER Rita Norman, who wants traffic lights brought back to the city centre, said: "I feel sick to my stomach - it's not good at all.
"I still feel sick to my stomach. I have had to sit in court concentrating on the events that left me blind, knowing this female thinks it's funny." A statement by PC Rathband's friend Robin Palmer said: "She was making the gesture of someone handling a gun, or more to the point, a shotgun or rifle.
"Reading this has made me feel sick to my stomach," wrote Velvetine.
The 26-year-old England striker told the England newspaper the Sunday Mirror, "I have absolutely no idea how they got hold of my number but some of the calls have made me feel sick to my stomach.
It has made me feel sick to my stomach LEE'S DAUGHTER reacting to hen party
In his speech to the Conservative conference in Manchester, Mr Cameron said: "When I read what some young people born and brought up in this country are doing, it makes me feel sick to my stomach.