- 1) Causing nausea; sickening or disgusting.
- 2) nonstandard Afflicted with nausea; sick.
- 3) Causing nausea; sickening.
- 4) Usage Problem Affected with nausea.
- 5) Feeling nausea.
- 6) Causing, or fitted to cause, nausea; sickening; loathsome; disgusting; exciting abhorrence.
- 7) causing or able to cause nausea
- 8) feeling nausea; feeling about to vomit
- 1) Having a feeling of nausea.
- 2) feeling nausea; feeling about to vomit
- 3) Simple past tense and past participle of nauseate.
- 1) You might also feel a little nauseous if you did drink the lot in one go.
- 2) This new series is likely to leave you feeling deeply nauseous.
- 3) The smell of it makes me nauseous.
- 4) His green barnet is making us feel nauseous.
- 5) Hearing their voices or seeing them makes me feel nauseous.
- 6) Either of these things would send my temperature rocketing up and make me feel dizzy and nauseous.
- 7) The thought of all those slick politicians and oily businessmen elbowing each other to jump on the green bandwagon makes me nauseous.
- 8) Yesterday it was standing room only and it made us feel cosy, if not a little nauseous.
- 9) I take a final look down and feel a little nauseous.
- 10) He was dizzy and nauseous.
- 11) They're often slightly below nauseous.
- 12) I was extremely dizzy and nauseous.
- 13) I left feeling sick, nauseous and shaking.
- 14) He wanted to carry on but I think he was progressively feeling a bit more nauseous.
- 15) A person will feel slightly nauseous, dizzy and irritable.
- 16) My heart was pounding furiously and I felt dizzy and nauseous.
- 17) My heart was pounding and I felt dizzy and nauseous.
- 18) ‘A day later I became nauseous, was vomiting, and I started bumping into the wall - I couldn't walk straight.’
- 19) ‘He had felt nauseous, wanted to vomit and, most distressing, felt he was ‘going mad’ and about to die.’
- 20) ‘Plus, she had been feeling queasy and nauseous.’
- 21) ‘I feel sick and nauseous, but now I try not to remember why.’
- 22) ‘A nauseous feeling came over me and I vomited blood.’
- 23) ‘So I am fat and pasty, constantly nauseous and frequently sick.’
- 24) ‘We invariably travelled on some clapped-out smelly bus that made us nauseous with the diesel fumes.’
- 25) ‘He felt nauseous and depressed, awash on a stormy, bilious sea of confusion, misunderstanding, and despair.’
- 26) ‘‘They said they were feeling dizzy and nauseous,’ she says.’
- 27) ‘All I can remember is feeling slightly nauseous.’
- 28) ‘I suddenly feel very hot… and worse, very nauseous.’
- 29) ‘‘I woke up on Sunday morning and I was feeling ok, but after I had my breakfast I started feeling a bit nauseous,’ Anderson said.’
- 30) ‘And there are some patients who are not in pain at all, but still want euthanasia, because they are weak, constantly tired, nauseous, or breathless.’
- 31) ‘Nurse says it's a good sign that Peter's not nauseous.’
- 32) ‘I have a killer headache and I'm getting nauseous.’
- 33) ‘The air seemed absolutely dead yesterday; I felt nauseous whenever I ventured outdoors and seriously struggled to breathe.’
- 34) ‘My aunt said Grandma was nauseous, so I wanted to give her some space and went outside again, taking the opportunity to shoot more photos.’
- 35) ‘Even the smell of it makes me slightly nauseous.’
- 36) ‘My temperature feels like it's all over the place, I'm exhausted, headachy, feeling slightly nauseous at times and I have the serious shakes.’
- 37) ‘But being bombarded with product messages makes me nauseous.’
- 38) ‘At least I haven't been feeling as nauseous these last few days.’
- 39) ‘I've watched a couple of episodes, and they both made me nauseous.’
- 40) ‘It wasn't that he was afraid of blood, on the contrary, but too much blood, exposed organs, and raw flesh with that nauseous stench could already make him sick.’
- 41) ‘The bonfires can be seen burning at various times throughout the day and night, with the resulting nauseous effluvia blowing towards the two local schools and several housing estates.’
- 42) ‘Those who remain loyal to Franklin survive on nauseous lichen scraped from the arctic rocks, or by boiling their own boots; others resort to cannibalism.’
- 43) ‘‘I'm Emma,’ said I, feeling the grip of nauseous embarrassment washing over me.’
- 44) ‘The air around him was heavy with the sickly-sour, nauseous smell of formaldehyde.’
- 45) ‘It has every predictable, nauseous feel-good film cliche in it.’
- 46) nauseous offal
- 1) The very suggestion of food seemed to nauseate him - as it nauseated her.