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sicko

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Pronunciation: /ˈsɪkəʊ
 
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Definition of sicko in English:

noun (plural sickos)

informal
A mentally ill or perverted person, especially one who is sadistic: the men who do it are real sickos [as modifier]: this wasn’t some sicko fantasy trip
More example sentences
  • I pity the mentality of the sickos who tried, in futility, to piggyback on the admiration that the Red Fort evokes.
  • I bet you get some real watersports sickos getting into that line of work.
  • But I think that this is what keeps some people from going totally blotto, becoming real sickos.

Words that rhyme with sicko

thicko, tricot, Vico

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