nauseous vs. nauseated
Examples of nauseating in a Sentence
the nauseating smell of rotting garbage
The way the animals were treated was nauseating.
It was nauseating to see the two of them act like lovesick teenagers.
Recent Examples of nauseating from the Web
Sure, the battle between Gregor Clegane and Oberyn Martell more than solidified itself as one of the single most shocking (and nauseating) events in Game of Thrones history.
But the nauseating flattery Trump lavished on this mass murderer did little to promote those interests.
Instead, The Tale lets moments hang, empty and nauseating, and allows characters to meet across time and cross-examine one another.
The first in a series of federal suits raising accusations of nauseating hog operations in eastern North Carolina headed to a 10-member jury after attorneys summarized the evidence presented at a three-week civil trial.
Patriots fans are often called entitled or nauseating for their Super Bowl gloating.
Both possibilities were nauseating, the names alone evoking the sticky vinyl funk (yellow) and chemically cleaned bathroom sweetness (Greyhound) that would make reading impossible.
So too is actor and M.P. Glenda Jackson’s stirring takedown of Thatcher in Parliament, delivered during the nauseating series of tributes to Thatcher after her death.
But this plate of pasta — bitter and pungent, nourishing and perhaps a bit nauseating — should be savored on its own.
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abhorrent, abominable, appalling, awful, disgusting, distasteful, dreadful, evil, foul, fulsome, gross, hideous, horrendous, horrible, horrid, loathsome, nasty, nauseous, noisome, noxious, obnoxious, obscene, odious, offensive, rancid, repellent (also repellant), repugnant, repulsive, revolting, scandalous, shocking, sickening, ugly;
acceptable, agreeable, alluring, appealing, attractive, blessed (also blest), desirable, enjoyable, felicitous, gratifying, heavenly, inviting, likable (or likeable), luscious, nice, palatable, pleasant, pleasing, pleasurable, satisfying, savory (also savoury), sweet, welcome;
NAUSEATING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of nauseating for English Language Learners
: causing you to feel like you are going to vomit
: causing disgust
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