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slang Excellent; superb. He did some sick tricks on his skateboard. Whoa, this movie looks sick! I can't wait to go see it!
slang To vomit. I kept sicking up, even though all that was left was bile. Pull the car over, Stephen—Tom's about to sick up in the back seat!
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sl. to empty one's stomach; to vomit. I think I'm going to sick up. Isn't there supposed to be a barf bag in one of these seat pockets? He's got to sick, and there's no air sickness bag. Help!
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in. to empty one’s stomach; to vomit. I think I’m going to sick up. Isn’t there supposed to be a barf bag in one of these seat pockets?
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