nauseated nauseated  /ˈnɔ zi ˌeɪ təd/


  • (adj) feeling nausea; feeling about to vomit



  1. That's why, when we eat spoiled food, we get nauseated and when we see a bright light, we shut our eyes.
  2. What nauseated me was the vertigo that came from peering over a gun barrel while twisting down narrow corridors.
  3. As they climbed to the upper floors of the titanium-and-granite-clad structure, which echoes the silhouette of the Rockies, some began feeling dizzy and nauseated.


  • First cycle of La Jolla Cove odor abatement begins

    Workers were busy Monday morning spraying the rocks above La Jolla Cove with a microbial foam city officials believe will digest years of bird guano on the rocks, eliminating a stench that has nauseated Village residents and visitors for more than a year and a half.
    on June 18, 2013     Source: La Jolla Light


  1. "More food just makes you nauseated. It ruins your kidneys. It's a slow death. It's suicide," said Shamblin.
    on May 21, 2007 By: Gwen Shamblin Source:

  2. "Before the race, the nurse said she was going to buy us a couple of hours and we got three hours out of it. We still had to go out there and try," Stewart said. "I felt nauseated and I was dehydrated. They ended up putting five IV fluids in...
    on Jul 6, 2008 By: Tony Stewart Source: USA Today

  3. "It is an act of treason and irresponsibility," said Antonio Garces, director of the Cuban Football Federation. "As a federation, we are nauseated, it is an irresponsible attitude on behalf of the players because we are competing in an...
    on Mar 13, 2008 By: Antonio Source: Sydney Morning Herald

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