And, in the morning, I often feel sick--papa says I grow so fast.'
Except freedom, she thought, feeling a bit sick.
Of course, she thought, feeling a bit sick, according to what we've been told, any children I bear the God King would be stillborn anyway.
Here we go, I thought, feeling sick.
I have been made to tend the little girls in the lower schoolroom, and to talk French to the Misses, until I grew sick of my mother tongue.
Sick-bed homilies and pious reflections are, to be sure, out of place in mere story-books, and we are not going (after the fashion of some novelists of the present day) to cajole the public into a sermon, when it is only a comedy that the reader pays his money to witness.
Her beautiful room was avowedly a sick room; and Miss Ophelia day and night performed the duties of a nurse,—and never did her friends appreciate her value more than in that capacity.
“I think so, Mas’r,” said Tom; “the poor crittur’s sick and feeble; ’t would be downright cruel, and it’s what I never will do, nor begin to.
None could bear the horrors of that sick room, when he raved and screamed, and spoke of sights which almost stopped the blood of those who heard him; and, at his dying bed, stood a stern, white, inexorable figure, saying, “Come!
I have not been sick at all.
Yet Mr. Dimmesdale would perhaps have seen this individual's character more perfectly, if a certain morbidness, to which sick hearts are liable, had not rendered him suspicious of all mankind.
In order to get a start in his retreat he sacrificed his sick and wounded.
When it was fully daylight, some people began bringing their sick,in most cases children, with them from the town-as though they hadbeen waiting expressly for this moment to do so, evidently persuadedthat the dead elder’s remains had a power of healing, which would beimmediately made manifest in accordance with their faith.
The maid came and opened the door; I desired her to go up again and ask her master to come down and give his advice to a sick person whom we had brought along with us; and withal, to encourage him, I charged her to give him a piece of money, which I put into her hand.
It cures all sick persons of the most mortal diseases, whether fever, pleurisy, plague, or other malignant distempers; for even if the patient is dying, it will recover him immediately, and restore him to perfect health: and this merely by the patient's smelling to it."
The call of the boatswain's pipe rasped their ears, and the preparation for stowing the bodies in the jolly-boat left them unnerved and sick.
Jim whispered and said he was feeling powerful sick, and told me to come along.
Well, I just felt sick.
Aunt Sally she stuck to the sick-room all day and all night, and every time I see Uncle Silas mooning around I dodged him.
He was sick, and a dog came running along the street and stopped in front of this place--a black dog--and the man died.
My father was a driver before he got sick.
It was interesting enough at first, while we were at the phonetics; but after that I got deadly sick of it.
It is perfectly intrusive of me, and I quite see that you must be sick to death of running into such an interfering busybody all the time.’
I had four, but two were killed, one is a prisoner, and I'm going to the other, who is very sick in a Washington hospital.'
I'm sick of the sight of this, and there's no reason you should all die of a surfeit because I've been a fool," cried Amy, wiping her eyes.
"They were all very much worried over the fact that you were sick--mother particularly.
Papa was sick at home that time, and there was hardly anything in the house to eat.
Jennie was compelled to watch alone by Vesta's sick-bed, for although sympathetic neighbors, realizing the pathos of the situation were attentive, they could not supply the spiritual consolation which only those who truly love us can give.
Apprehension of being sick has probably inhibited the gastric activities.
Her daughter was within call, so they carried the sick Queen into the bath-room, and left her there.
I saw him, later on, for several days, sitting in a bit of shade looking very sick and trying to recover himself: afterwards he arose and went out--and the wilderness without a sound took him into its bosom again.
“Thanks,” Larissa murmured, feeling sick to her stomach.
said he, giving his neck a jerk with his forefinger that made me turn hot and sick.
Now I must tell you that your friend, my grandfather, has been very sick since Christmas.
Think of it, old man, there are thousands upon thousands of babies and little kiddies of Belgium and northern France homeless, many of them orphaned, most of them sick and all helpless and with their lives--which have every right to be carefree and happy--filled with sorrow and suffering.
Hlangani was touched on the shoulder, while Carhayes got a rap on the knuckles, which in cold blood would have turned him almost sick with pain.
I ast him had he killed his skunk an' he laughed an' said, 'I made him pretty sick anyway.'
It's so dull staying in the house with nothing to do except read, and one gets sick to death of chicken broth and jelly!
“Yes, there was enough for about a year for my wife and I. So about a year and a half for one person by the time I became sick.”
The Infected didn't have the brain processes it takes to worry while they were sick.
“Are you sick then?”
Meanwhile--for there is plenty of time until then--we should be least inclined to deck ourselves out in such florid and fringed moral verbiage; our whole former work has just made us sick of this taste and its sprightly exuberance.
You were just sick of keeping it all in, sick of restraining yourself with all this meat, and nobody else could be spared from their jobs.
I felt sick and dazed with the horror that was born of that thought; and my limbs were heavy as I dragged them back across the room to the bed and sat there, listening intently for the sounds of Count Gustav's departure, and ready to rush downstairs the instant he had gone.
The savour eke rejoice would any wight That had been sick or melancholious,It was so very good and virtuous.
“It means that I’m sick to death of you all and I want to be alone,” Raskolnikov answered calmly.
You may not be surprised to hear, Annie,”—no, to be sure, knowing that he never was really strong; what did I say just now?—“that I have undergone so much in this distant place, as to have decided to leave it at all hazards; on sick leave, if I can; on total resignation, if that is not to be obtained.
That made me just a little heart-sick, for I haven't heard from Jonathan for a whole month.
"No," said he; "I am sick of all that rubbish!"
iv, 23; "Elisha was fallen sick of his sickness whereof he died," 2 Kings xiii, 14.