nauseate nauseate  /ˈnɔ zi ˌeɪt/

Definition(s):

  1. (v) upset and make nauseated
  2. (v) cause aversion in; offend the moral sense of

Derived Word(s)

Usage(s):

  1. That's why the Pentagon is spending more and more research-and-development dollars on weapons that stun, scare, entangle or nauseate anything but kill.
  2. Beginning where Atabrine and quinine leave off, SN 13,276 costs no more, stops chills fever in jig time, will not discolor the skin or nauseate.
  3. They live in crowded, chimney-less huts amid smells that nauseate Europeans; food is bad and poorly cooked; 84% of the natives are undernourished.

News

  1. Puke on Gaga

    There's a saying in journalism called, "The Breakfast Test." Basically, it means if an image would nauseate a reader as they eat the first meal of the day, perhaps that image shouldn't be circulated. This does not pass the breakfast test. At SXSW in Austin Thursday night, Lady Gaga took the Doritos #BOLDSTAGE (which is a real thing that exists) to perform "Swine." About halfway through the song ...
    on March 14, 2014     Source: RedEye

  2. Letter: Defending Curt Clawson

    Jack Tymann, Pelican BayHard decisionsAs retired president/CEO of Westinghouse International, the misleading attack ads against Curt Clawson nauseate me.
    on March 11, 2014     Source: Naples Daily News

Quotes

  • "I want to stop reading, listening, watching, Googling, amateur sleuthing," wrote columnist India Knight in the Sunday Times. "I nauseate myself with my own prurience."
    on Sep 20, 2007 By: India Knight Source: Forbes

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