(1) The yellow street lights caused the world to glow sickly as he moved through the downtown South District.(2) It was soupy and gloopy, sickly and sour, and downright wonderful.(3) This King, of course, was a sickly neurotic, whom every day brought nearer to complete mental disability.(4) As a tyke, little Bobby Jones was a frail, sickly kid, living under the auspices of protective parents, and a Puritanical grandfather.(5) If there was anything to be salvaged from the situation, it might've been said to have been worth it for the sickly expression on Rupert's face.(6) Scrawny and pale, with a mop of scruffy black hair and watery grey eyes, he looked sickly and weak.(7) It was a tough birth, and I was a frail, sickly infant.(8) Looking over, he saw a sickly , shocked expression on Jack's face.(9) He needed a shave, his complexion was pale and sickly and he looked drastically deprived of sleep.(10) He had always been more comfortable with women; as a young boy, he was sickly and weak and preferred to stay at home with his mother and sisters rather than play with the boys.(11) Behind all its smug hypocrisy and sickly sentimentality are the sinister outlines of the class war.(12) ├ö├ç├┐Bon,├ö├ç├û Mademoiselle Piera said from the table, flashing Ryan her best sickly saccharine smile.(13) Usually I hated the sickly smell of vanilla but today it was soothing.(14) His normally pale skin was a sickly green colour with a glistening sheen of sweat, his hair flopped lifelessly as the ship lurched from side to side, his eyes were drooping and he looked exhausted.(15) He was described as having ├ö├ç├┐a sickly , pasty complexion├ö├ç├û.(16) Her figure was thin from undernourishment and her complexion a morose sickly gray.