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As Sick As A Dog ( very sick with a cold or the flu ... )

"As Sick As A Dog"



You are as sick as a dog when you are very sick with a cold, flu, or stomach problem.

Example: "I don't know what I ate this morning, but I have been as sick as a dog all day."



As sick as a dog emphasizes how very sick you are.

Example: "I heard you were uncomfortable yesterday." Reply: "Uncomfortable? I was as sick as a dog!"



You are much too sick to do the things a normal person does when you are as sick as a dog.

Example: "Sorry, but I am not going to be able to come in to work today. I'm as sick as a dog."





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