Definition of sickest
(especially of humor) having something unpleasant such as death, illness, or misfortune as its subject and dealing with it in an offensive way.
The ‘no patient services would be cut’ line is a sick joke.
affected by physical or mental illness.
Speaking to the Evening Press, the woman, who comes from the Malton area, said the attack had left her feeling physically sick with worry as she has to walk the same route every day.
it was a sick party and there were tons of cool people there
feeling nauseous and wanting to vomit.
Recalling his first trip in the air, Tu said he felt very sick and even vomited.
intensely annoyed with or bored by (someone or something) as a result of having had too much of them.
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Example of sickest
A council worker is facing the threat of disciplinary action after being caught searching the internet for sick jokes about the Asian tsunami.
Another resolution inviting all sick societies to remove their lodges from the public houses to the schools was also carried.
Are you guys collaborating on any other sick jokes that we should know about?
Do they derive some form of sick pleasure from seeing a stranger humiliate their child/friends on public television?
Dominic and I share a sick sense of humour, what can I say?
For those with a sick sense of humour, say no more; this is your kind of movie.
I hated the sick feeling that that gave me, and I was so so tired of doubting myself.
I recalled having a bit when sick with fever, for it was rumored to be medicinal; I nearly grew sicker because of it.
In the savage factory working conditions of the time, he introduced the novel concepts of steady wages, clean, humane conditions and a sick fund.
It seems to me that the problems of asylum seekers, the growing divide between rich and poor and the rise in litigation are all symptoms of a sick society.