[ US /ˈnɔʃəs/ ]
[ UK /nˈɔːsɪəs/ ]
  1. causing or able to cause nausea
    nauseous offal
    a nauseating smell
    a sickening stench
  2. feeling nausea; feeling about to vomit
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How To Use nauseous In A Sentence

  • There's nothing that says exhausted, cranky and nauseous like vixen, is there? When Bad Things Happen to Bad Writers
  • To him however that feels the same disgust and loathing, the same unutterable shuddering, as I feel, start up within him and shoot through his whole frame at the sight of them, these miscreate deformities, such as toads, beetles, or that most nauseous of all Nature's abortions, the bat, are not indifferent or insignificant: their very existence is a state of direct enmity and warfare against his. The Old Man of the Mountain, The Lovecharm and Pietro of Abano Tales from the German of Tieck
  • I left feeling sick, nauseous and shaking. The Sun
  • We invariably travelled on some clapped-out smelly bus that made us nauseous with the diesel fumes.
  • I take a final look down and feel a little nauseous. Times, Sunday Times
  • But not with envy, but with nauseousness knowing that Mike MacLean trusted you with Murderati. COLOR ME BADD
  • My heart was pounding and I felt dizzy and nauseous. The Sun
  • nauseous offal
  • He was dizzy and nauseous. The Sun
  • I felt slightly nauseous .
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