sick to your stomach

sick to (one's) stomach

Nauseated or vomiting. I started feeling sick to my stomach on the way home because Kelly was driving at top speed on the twisting road. I heard you were sick to your stomach after dinner last night—how are you feeling this morning?
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sick to your stomach

1 feeling nauseous. 2 disgusted.
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sick to your ˈstomach

disgusted or angry: I feel sick to my stomach every time I think about the way that child was punished.
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Headaches, dizziness, or lightheadedness, weakness, mood changes, irritability or confusion, feeling sick to your stomach, vomiting, fainting, decreased and dark-colored urine, and pale, clammy skin.
If you believe, as I do, that history shapes people and nations, you must feel sick to your stomach. The long term damage done to Africa, the Americas and the West Indies is immense and will continue like an open sore.
If all this doesn't make you sick to your stomach, get yourself admitted to hospital and you can catch a superbug or suffer from malnutrition all for free.
Don't these people make you sick to your stomach the way they fuss over their snivelling little things as thoughthey are actual children?
"People here have lost relatives to IRA terrorists and it makes you sick to your stomach that the government is now going to meet them," said Brian McConnell of the victims group FAIR (Families Acting for Innocent Relatives).
It could make you sick to your stomach. Eat a healthy meal three to four hours before you practice or play in a soccer match.
This can make your brain think you have lost your balance, and dizziness, sweating, and feeling sick to your stomach can be the result.
Why does this confusion make you sick to your stomach? No one's really sure.