from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The act of nauseating, or the condition of being nauseated.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun The act of nauseating, or the state of being nauseated.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun The act of nauseating.
  • noun The state of being nauseated.


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  • The approach to such a place makes one almost wish the undulating prairie was not quite so fair a picture, for the contrast with man's filthy squalor is so great that the feeling of nauseation which results is almost overpowering.

    The Story of the Foss River Ranch Ridgwell Cullum 1905

  • Rivers's entire career, ever since she appeared on The Carson Show in 1965, has elicited both adoration and nauseation.

    The Guardian World News Grace Dent 2010

  • Other related terms from the 17th century - nauseation, nauseative, nauseity, nausity-are now obsolete or used very rarely, but for now nauseous as used to describe the subjective state of nausea seems here to stay.

    OUPblog Tweets that mention Nauseating or Nauseous : OUPbl 2009

  • as a friend of ours recently discovered to his nauseation and disgust.

    Sitting in the airport, looking for a laptop to steal | Sync Blog 2008


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