Definition of nauseate
1 : to become affected with nausea
2 : to feel disgust
: to affect with nausea or disgust
Examples of nauseate in a Sentence
The smell of gasoline nauseates me.
It nauseated him to see the way the animals were treated.
Recent Examples of nauseate from the Web
Piers decided to unlimber himself of his views on social media politicizing ad nauseam, at which point Reid pronounced herself nauseated in the finest way possible: This moment was just too beautiful for words, @susannareid100...
They're nauseated by the green marketing machine and insanely proud of the baseball program that coach Pat Casey has built into an empire.
At least 11 people were transported to local hospitals to be checked out after at least one employee reported the chemical smell made them feel nauseated, Jefferson Parish Spokesman Antwan Harris said.
Within 10 minutes, Leininger started feeling nauseated.
Branch said Gabriel was nauseated and vomiting on the evening of the Jan. 24 incident.
The inmates were often nauseated during and after meals and suffered stomach and intestinal pain and discomfort, the suit says.
Others left him nauseated, unable to eat or move his bowels.
Dizzy and nauseated, with bruises spreading on both her legs and around her eye, Rosenkrance, 58, nearly passed out.
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First Known Use of nauseate
NAUSEATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of nauseate for English Language Learners
: to cause (someone) to feel like vomiting
: to cause (someone) to feel disgusted
NAUSEATE Defined for Kids
Definition of nauseate for Students
: to cause to feel nausea That smell nauseates me.
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