nauseating

  • 21 nauseating — [ˈnɔːziˌeɪtɪŋ] , [ˈnɔːsiˌeɪtɪŋ] adj 1) making you feel as if you are going to VOMIT 2) very unpleasant Syn: disgusting nauseatingly adv …

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  • 22 nauseating — nau•se•at•ing [[t]ˈnɔ ziˌeɪ tɪŋ, ʒi , si , ʃi [/t]] adj. 1) pat causing nausea; nauseous 2) such as to cause disgust, loathing, etc • Etymology: 1635–45 nau′se•at ing•ly, adv. usage: See nauseous …

    From formal English to slang

  • 23 nauseating —   Pailua, ho opailua.   Also: nānue, lua ikū, liliha, ōlanalana …

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  • 24 nauseating substance — wlætta …

    English to the Old English

  • 25 wlætta — nauseating substance …

    The Old English to English

  • 26 nauseated — nauseated, nauseating, nauseous 1. In Britain nauseated and nauseating (as parts of the verb nauseate) occasionally mean respectively ‘affected by nausea’ and ‘causing nausea’ in the physical sense but more often mean ‘disgusted’ and (especially) …

    Modern English usage

  • 27 nauseous — nauseated, nauseating, nauseous 1. In Britain nauseated and nauseating (as parts of the verb nauseate) occasionally mean respectively ‘affected by nausea’ and ‘causing nausea’ in the physical sense but more often mean ‘disgusted’ and (especially) …

    Modern English usage

  • 28 List of English words with disputed usage — Some English words are often used in ways that are contentious between writers on usage and prescriptive commentators. The contentious usages are especially common in spoken English. While in some circles the usages below may make the speaker… …

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  • 29 nauseous — nau•seous [[t]ˈnɔ ʃəs, zi əs[/t]] adj. 1) pat affected with nausea; nauseated 2) pat causing nausea; sickening; nauseating 3) disgusting; loathsome • Etymology: 1595–1605; < L nauseōsus. See nausea, ous nau′seous•ly, adv. nau′seous•ness, n.… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 30 nauseous — nauseously, adv. nauseousness, n. /naw sheuhs, zee euhs/, adj. 1. affected with nausea; nauseated: to feel nauseous. 2. causing nausea; sickening; nauseating. 3. disgusting; loathsome: a nauseous display of greed. [1595 1605; < L nauseosus. See… …

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  • 31 ugly — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. repulsive (see ugliness); disagreeable, unpleasant; mean, hostile, quarrelsome. See unsavoriness, contention. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Ill favored] Syn. unsightly, loathsome, hideous, homely,… …

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  • 32 sickening — adjective causing or able to cause nausea a nauseating smell nauseous offal a sickening stench • Syn: ↑nauseating, ↑nauseous, ↑noisome, ↑queasy, ↑loathsome, ↑ …

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  • 33 nauseous — adjective Date: 1612 1. causing nausea or disgust ; nauseating 2. affected with nausea or disgust • nauseously adverb • nauseousness noun Usage: Those who insist that nauseous can properly be used only in sense 1 and that in sense 2 it is an… …

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  • 34 Hazing at universities in Brazil — Hazing has been a widespread practice on Brazilian universities for decades. Victims are generally teenagers who have been approved on the Vestibular, and this is generally considered to be a rite of passage.Hazing methods vary among universities …

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  • 35 nauseant — 1. Nauseating; causing nausea. 2. An agent that causes nausea. * * * nau·se·ant nȯ z(h)ē ənt, s(h)ē n an agent that induces nausea esp an expectorant that liquefies and increases the secretion of mucus nauseant adj inducing nausea …

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  • 36 Beck v. Eiland-Hall — WIPO headquarters in Geneva Court World Intellectual Property Organization Full case name Mercury Radio Arts, Inc. and Glenn Beck v. Isaac Eiland Hall …

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  • 37 nauseous — adj. to feel nauseous USAGE NOTE: Some purists still claim that nauseous means only nauseating . In fact, most speakers now use it as a synonym of nauseated. * * * [ nɔːzɪəs] to feel nauseous (USAGE NOTE: Some purists still claim that nauseous… …

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  • 38 mawkish — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. nauseous, offensive; effusive, maudlin. See repulsion, feeling. II (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. tasteless, nauseating, garish; see emotional 2 , sentimental . III (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) a.… …

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  • 39 nasty — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. foul, filthy; distasteful, disgusting, horrid; dirty; nauseating, loathsome; indecent, obscene; ill tempered, disagreeable, dangerous. See uncleanness, impurity, discourtesy. II (Roget s IV) modif.… …

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  • 40 rank — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. lush, luxuriant, vigorous; coarse; malodorous, fetid, rancid, offensive; arrant, extreme, gross. n. row, line; position, caste, quality; status, grade, standing, footing. See repute, badness, class …

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