nau´se|at´ing|ly

nau´se|at´ing|ly
nau|se|ate «N shee ayt, -see-», verb, -at|ed, -at|ing.
–v.t.
1. to cause nausea in; make sick.
2. to reject (food) with loathing or a feeling of nausea: »

Many dishes are commended in one age that are nauseated in another (Sir Thomas Browne).

3. Figurative. to cause to feel loathing.
–v.i.
to feel nausea; become sick: »

the old-fashioned civility that presses food upon you until you nauseate (Scott).

[< Latin nauseāre (with English -ate1) be seasick < nausea nausea]
nau´se|at´ing|ly, adverb.
nau´se|a´tion, noun.

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  • nau´se|a´tion — nau|se|ate «N shee ayt, see », verb, at|ed, at|ing. –v.t. 1. to cause nausea in; make sick. 2. to reject (food) with loathing or a feeling of nausea: »Many dishes are commended in one age that are nauseated in another (Sir Thomas Browne) …   Useful english dictionary

  • nau|se|ate — «N shee ayt, see », verb, at|ed, at|ing. –v.t. 1. to cause nausea in; make sick. 2. to reject (food) with loathing or a feeling of nausea: »Many dishes are commended in one age that are nauseated in another (Sir Thomas Browne) …   Useful english dictionary

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  • nauseatingly — nau·se·at·ing·ly …   English syllables

  • nauseating — nau|se|at|ing [ nɔzi,eıtıŋ, nɔʃi,eıtıŋ ] adjective 1. ) used for emphasizing that you dislike something very much: DISGUSTING: Some of the TV ads are truly nauseating. 2. ) making you feel as if you are going to VOMIT: Molly found the thought of… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 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

  • nauseatingness — nau·se·at·ing·ness …   English syllables

  • ly — ly·so·genesis; ly·so·genetic; Ly·sol; ly·so·lecithin; ly·so·zyme; ly·syl; ly·thra·ce·ae; ly·thra·les; ly·thrum; mach·i·a·vel·li·an·ly; ma·chine·ly; mac·ro·ceph·a·ly; mad·ly; mag·i·cal·ly; mag·is·te·ri·al·ly; mag·is·tral·ly; mag·net·i·cal·ly;… …   English syllables

  • AT — AT; At; at·a·bal; At·a·brine; at·a·cam·ite; at·a·man; at·a·mas·co; at·ap; at·a·raxy; at·a·vic; at·a·vist; at·a·vis·tic; at·a·vus; at·el·ec·ta·sis; at·e·les; at·e·les·tite; at·fa·la·ti; at·i·ko·ka·nia; at·ka; at·lan·tad; at·lan·tal; at·lan·tic;… …   English syllables

  • se — abhi·se·ka; ace·to·ar·se·nite; ad·es·se·nar·i·an; al·lo·se·mat·ic; an·te·con·se·quent; an·ti·se·le·ne; an·ti·se·rum; apoph·y·se·al; ap·o·se·mat·ic; ar·se·dine; ar·se·nal; ar·se·nate; ar·se·nian; ar·se·nide; ar·se·nif·er·ous; ar·se·ni·llo;… …   English syllables

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