[ UK /kwˈiːzi/ ]
[ US /ˈkwizi/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. causing or able to cause nausea
    nauseous offal
    a nauseating smell
    a sickening stench
  2. causing or fraught with or showing anxiety
    spent an anxious night waiting for the test results
    cast anxious glances behind her
    those nervous moments before takeoff
    an unquiet mind
  3. feeling nausea; feeling about to vomit
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How To Use queasy In A Sentence

  • That queasy feeling of disillusionment is a universal one says Schmidt; one that makes this particular play accessible for audiences on a very personal level.
  • The Liverpudlian singer was looking rather queasy as he took a spin on the merry-go-round. The Sun
  • Under Kevin Sutley's direction, this production finds a queasy pace, coloured as much by the insane bingeing on stage as the emotional minefield it traverses.
  • The medical point is to show the harmful effects fat has on our insides, and it's a queasy spectacle. Times, Sunday Times
  • But a bus didn't stop me... just my queasy stomach. The Sun
  • This made me a bit queasy. Times, Sunday Times
  • But diplomats in Kinshasa are beginning to sound queasy.
  • He is queasy about plans to set up a new group on the back benches. Times, Sunday Times
  • It also carries with it the slightly queasy feeling that one naturally feels when trying to save the economy from imminent collapse. Times, Sunday Times
  • But a bus didn't stop me... just my queasy stomach. The Sun
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