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queasy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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queasyquea‧sy /ˈkwiːzi/ adjective  1 MIfeeling that you are going to vomit The sea got rougher, and I began to feel queasy.2 American English feeling uncomfortable because an action seems morally wrongqueasy about Many Democrats felt queasy about the issue.
Examples from the Corpus
queasyThe sway of the boat made passengers queasy.In fact, she felt decidedly queasy.You notice a funny feeling in your stomach, in fact it feels a little queasy.Felt queasy after, but swung the bat okay and then came back to the hotel, which is small but clean.She looked rather queasy, and very anxious.Opponents who once mocked Mr Berlusconi's tactics as kitsch have turned queasy as opinion polls show them tobe working.That queasy asthmatic sensation in your chest, all that smoke and nothing, nothing but smoke.If all this studying is making you a bit queasy, count your blessings.Already I felt numbed by the heat and the smoke, queasy in the stomach.feel queasyBut when I looked straight down I felt queasy.Georgina's civility made her feel queasy.I said, feeling queasier and queasier.So far rage had propelled her here; now she'd arrived she felt queasy inside.The alternative, spending the time until her trial in gaol, made her feel queasy just thinking about it.I said I'd felt queasy suddenly.He felt queasy when he hung up.I felt queasy with fright for his teeth had been filed down as sharp as dagger points.felt queasyBut when I looked straight down I felt queasy.His stomach still felt queasy and he was grateful for the fresh air.I still felt queasy from Martha's tutorial.So far rage had propelled her here; now she'd arrived she felt queasy inside.I said I'd felt queasy suddenly.He felt queasy when he hung up.I felt queasy with fright for his teeth had been filed down as sharp as dagger points.
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