sick to death

sick to death of (someone or something)

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 grown sick to death of these boring lectures. 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
See also: death, of, sick

sick to death (of someone or something)

totally disgusted with someone or something. I am sick to death of your constant bickering. This reporting about the scandals in the government just has me sick to death.
See also: death, sick

sick to death

very annoyed by something and unwilling to put up with it any longer. informal
See also: death, sick

sick to death

verb
See also: death, sick
References in classic literature ?
We made the long journey, longer than any I have made since, in the stage-coach of those days, and we arrived at his house about twilight, he glad to get home, and I sick to death with yearning for the home I had left.
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.
His soul, certainly, was sick to death. Was it true that the senses could cure it?
Shivering with the cold and damp, ill in body, and sick to death at heart, the child needed her utmost firmness and resolution even to creep along.
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.
He was sick to death, and had gone to a lonely place to die.
"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.
He said: "I'm sick to death of seeing old settees, mattresses, fridges and other large items dumped on streets, green areas and in back alleys across the town.
THE behaviour of some England fans in Portugal has been embarrassing and I'm sick to death of it every time we go away with the Three Lions these days.
I gave him short shrift, saying I was sick to death of all politicians regardless of affiliation.
Meanwhile, Big Heritage's museum called 'Within These Walls' has taken the place of Sick to Death telling the story of the City Walls, and the people who built, maintained and lived within them over 2,000 years.
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.