2.Describing a person who's stomach is not feeling well
3.to have a disease
4.an excuse to use so you won't have to do something that you don't want to do
2.The kid that was sick on Christmas day was puking into a bucket(true story)
3.The disease was so contagious, the whole town was sick a week later.
Matt:He called in "Sick"
1. to feel ill, or not well.
2. A secondary word for awesome.
3. Gross, disgusting.
4. Tired, pissed off.
2. Dude, that song is so sick!
3. That was sick when he had sex with that gorrilla.
4. I am sick of your attitude.
5. Who wants to get sick with me.
Etymology: Middle English sek, sik, from Old English sEoc; akin to Old High German sioh sick
1. Not feeling good.
2 a (1) : affected with disease or ill health : AILING (2) : of, relating to, or intended for use in sickness <sick pay> <a sick ward>
Now used as the newest word to replace cool. Something that you've never seen before.
Mary,"I feel sick to my stomach".
Jess,"Ask the teacher for a Nurses' Pass".
Keegan:This Calculator is sick!
Kass:That outfit is sick!