How to use Be-sick in a sentence

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  • She put a hand to her mouth and glanced around for something to be sick in.

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  • I'm going to be sick.

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  • I'd make you come over here and cuddle me but I'm afraid I'd get dizzy and be sick.

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  • He ran a hand over his mouth and for a moment she thought he was going to be sick.

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  • John kept on staggering out of the drawing room to be sick (as I supposed ), which was somewhat off-putting.

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  • I have a usually healthy seven-year-old, fifty-five pound hound mix that seems to be sick.

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  • A baby should be seen by a doctor immediately if the rash appears suddenly and looks purple or blood-colored, looks like a burn, or appears while the infant seems to be sick.

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  • Malingering-Pretending to be sick in order to be relieved of an unwanted duty or obtain some other obvious benefit.

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  • A rare form of physical abuse is Munchausen syndrome by proxy, in which a caretaker (most often the mother) seeks attention by making the child sick or appear to be sick.

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  • Although you may be sick of reading "Hop on Pop," your child is gaining valuable reading experience!

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  • Like most insurance, the older you are, the more long term care coverage will cost more because the older you are the higher your risk to be sick or injured.

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