sicke

Sicke vs Silke - What's the difference?

sicke | silke |


As an adjective sicke

is .

As a noun silke is

.

Sicke vs Sicko - What's the difference?

sicke | sicko |


As an adjective sicke

is .

As a noun sicko is

(australia|slang) a day taken off work due to (possibly exaggerated or supposed) illness.

Sickie vs Sicke - What's the difference?

sickie | sicke |


As a noun sickie

is (slang) a day off work due to (supposed) illness.

As an adjective sicke is

.

Sicke vs Wicke - What's the difference?

sicke | wicke |


As adjectives the difference between sicke and wicke

is that sicke is while wicke is .

Sincke vs Sicke - What's the difference?

sincke | sicke |


As a verb sincke

is .

As an adjective sicke is

.

Sicks vs Sicke - What's the difference?

sicks | sicke |


As a verb sicks

is (sick).

As an adjective sicke is

.

Sicke vs Sicky - What's the difference?

sicke | sicky |


As adjectives the difference between sicke and sicky

is that sicke is while sicky is (informal) sick; vomiting.

Sicker vs Sicke - What's the difference?

sicker | sicke |


As adjectives the difference between sicker and sicke

is that sicker is (sick) or sicker can be (obsolete|outside|dialects) certain while sicke is .

As an adverb sicker

is (obsolete|outside|dialects) certainly.

As a verb sicker

is (mining|uk|dialect) to percolate, trickle, or ooze, as water through a crack.

Sicle vs Sicke - What's the difference?

sicle | sicke |


As a noun sicle

is (obsolete) a shekel.

As an adjective sicke is

.

Sicke vs Sicken - What's the difference?

sicke | sicken |


As an adjective sicke

is .

As a verb sicken is

to make ill.

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