Revolting or disgusting; loathsome: a sickening stench. (adjective)
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Use "sickening" in a sentence
"Rupert Murdoch defiantly insisted on Tuesday he was not responsible for what he called "sickening and horrible invasions" of privacy committed by his company, claiming he had been betrayed by disgraceful unidentified colleagues and had known nothing of the cover-up of phone hacking."
"If you recall, just before he became president, Prince Turki, the Saudi ambassador to the United States had a piece in the "Financial Times" criticizing what he called the sickening legacy of the Bush administration with regard to the Middle East."
"How sickening is it to know that their love ones are being discrimnated against, while they are on the battlefield fighting for those people who are being racists."