to become affected with nausea.
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How to use nauseate in a sentence
Attack ads nauseate Cory Booker, Pelosi predicts a dead-even election, and more.Cory Booker on ‘Nauseating’ Attack Ads & More Sunday Talk (Video) | The Daily Beast Video | May 20, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
In the dryest, the largest, the best of them there is everything to debase the manhood and nauseate the soul.
Actually I was under the impression that sweet lemonade would nauseate a grown man, if taken so soon after dinner.I Walked in Arden | Jack Crawford
The recollection alone was almost enough to nauseate him, and he always had ridden a wide circle at the first whiff.'Me-Smith' | Caroline Lockhart
Any thing affected or imitated is apt to nauseate when contrasted with the genuine and natural.The Hindoos as they Are | Shib Chunder Bose
Will nauseate some persons, but the reaction from the temporary depression is prompt.
British Dictionary definitions for nauseate
(tr) to arouse feelings of disgust or revulsion in
to feel or cause to feel sick
- nauseating, adjective
- nauseation, noun
- nauseatingly, adverb
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