Origin of nauseant
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Cordite mingled with the raw, nauseant, revolting smell of scorched flesh and hair.Operation Lorelie
William P. Salton
Now, no sedative or nauseant is known that does not lock up the natural secretions and thus lessen the digestive powers.Alcohol: A Dangerous and Unnecessary Medicine, How and Why
Martha M. Allen
Diaphoretic, nauseant, and emetic when warm; tonic when cold.
By the operation of the Nauseant the violent action of the heart in high fever may be allayed.
The influence of Antimony on the glandular organs is indirectly but powerfully intensified by its nauseant action.
1834, from Latin nauseant-, present participle stem of nauseare (see nauseate (v.)).