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nauseous

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Illness & disability
nauseousnau‧se‧ous /ˈnɔːziəs, -siəs $ -ˈnɒːziəs, -ʃəs/ adjective  1 especially American EnglishMISICK/VOMIT feeling that you are going to vomit syn sick I felt slightly nauseous. The taste made me nauseous.2 formalDISGUSTING making you feel that you are going to vomit a nauseous smell
Examples from the Corpus
nauseousThe smell of booze is making me nauseous.Prince's music makes me think of Des Esseintes's symphony of perfumes: exquisite, heady, overpowering, slightly nauseous.The sensation passed, leaving her nauseous and curiously empty ...For others losing sleep, developing obsessional thoughts, or feeling nauseous, and so on.I began to feel slightly nauseous and wondered if Archie's words might be having a toxic effect.I'm a little nauseous from the medication.I had become a man, but I was so nauseous I felt like vomiting.She combined kitchen liquids into a nauseous potion.The glare of the nauseous streetlights which made the world faceless and colourless.I suddenly felt nauseous with anger and humiliation - none of the things I'd felt at the time.felt ... nauseousFlashes of warmth darted uncomfortably through his chilled limbs and he felt nauseous.In fact she felt awful, nauseous and light-headed and clammy.I felt nauseous and rotten for a week.She suddenly felt nauseous, and went to the sink and heaved uncontrollably.I suddenly felt nauseous with anger and humiliation - none of the things I'd felt at the time.
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