causing sickness of the stomach; nauseous.
such as to cause contempt, disgust, loathing, etc.: I had to listen to the whole nauseating story.
- nau·se·at·ing·ly, adverb
- un·nau·se·at·ing, adjective
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How to use nauseating in a sentence
Part of that is surely just the sort of flattery for which the Senate is nauseatingly well-known.Ted Cruz Might Just Have Won the Future for the GOP | Nick Gillespie | September 25, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
My common-law husband and I have been nauseatingly in love for twelve years.Why I Choose to Be Child-Free: Readers Share Their Stories | Harry Siegel | February 27, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
The moments of levity and convincing depravity make the film both entertaining and nauseatingly voyeuristic.
His alcohol-laden breath reached her nauseatingly and she turned her head aside.Rimrock Trail | J. Allan Dunn
And he said nothing when still a third nurse came his way; a woman who was callid, complaisant, and nauseatingly nymphomaniac.This Crowded Earth | Robert Bloch
Outraged at the deed caused by Hjrdis, the timid Dagny gives her the lie when Gunnar's feat is again nauseatingly dwelt upon.Iconoclasts | James Huneker
The squalidness of the town he had left so tumultuously struck upon his memory nauseatingly.The Gringos | B. M. Bower
Don't be nauseatingly saccharine, for that's just about as bad as getting mad about it.The College Freshman's Don't Book | George Fullerton Evans