[ US /ˈnɔziˌeɪtəd/ ]
[ UK /nˈɔːsɪˌe‍ɪtɪd/ ]
  1. feeling nausea; feeling about to vomit
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How To Use nauseated In A Sentence

  • That causes their gaze to slide along with the movement of their heads, leaving them confused and nauseated.
  • I watched a man in tight leather shorts slapping his backside to the cheering crowds and felt nauseated by the sleaziness of it all.
  • The smell of frying nauseated her.
  • This ailment earned the title dumping syndrome, and suffering patients would feel nauseated, clammy, and sweaty. You: On a Diet
  • We had headaches from the smell, and I was so nauseated the last night that I couldn't even eat my dinner.
  • The very suggestion of food seemed to nauseate him - as it nauseated her. PASSION IN THE PEAK
  • Through an arrangement of squares and a glass window he could see the city and countryside whizzing past; the speed was unpleasant, and it nauseated him.
  • The thought of food nauseated me.
  • As the blazing sun beats down on them, weary Confederates are ‘nauseated and dizzy from sunstroke and heat exhaustion’, unable to bear the sweltering heat and humidity of Pennsylvania.
  • The first time he had left the stinking mess of food untouched, nauseated by its very presence in the stable. DEATH AND TRANSFIGURATION
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