Nauseate

Nau'se·ate intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Nauseated ; present participle & verbal noun Nauseating .] [ Latin nauseare , nauseatum , from nausea . See Nausea .] To become squeamish; to feel n...
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Nauseate

Nau'se·ate transitive verb 1. To affect with nausea; to sicken; to cause to feel loathing or disgust. 2. To sicken at; to reject with disgust; to loathe. « The patient nauseates and loathes wholesome foods.» Blackmore.
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nauseate

To cause an inclination to vomit. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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nauseate

(naw´se-āt) to affect with nausea.
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Nauseate

• (v. t.) To affect with nausea; to sicken; to cause to feel loathing or disgust. • (v. i.) To become squeamish; to feel nausea; to turn away with disgust. • (v. t.) To sicken at; to reject with disgust; to loathe. • (v. t.) To affect with nausea; to sicken; to cause to feel loathing or disgust. • (v. t.) To sicken at; to r...
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nauseate

nauseate 1. To have the unsettling feeling in the stomach that accompanies the urge to vomit, or to make someone have this feeling; to sicken. 2. To feel deep disgust, or to make someone feel deep disgust.
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nauseate

Type: Term Pronunciation: naw′zē-āt Definitions: 1. To cause an inclination to vomit.
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