Examples of queasy in a Sentence
The boat ride made me a little queasy.
She complained of a queasy stomach.
He feels queasy about taking the test.
She had the queasy feeling that she was being watched.
Recent Examples of queasy from the Web
In fact, some viewers will be made queasy by differentials in wealth and privilege between the athlete and those around her.
But while conservatives were happy with that provision, moderates seemed queasy.
Hitting the office’s legendary Indianapolis corner where the C/D art department transitions into the editorial cubicle farm, the rear-drive Buzzaround would gently lift the right rear wheel, with the rider feeling a queasy and tipsy sensation.
Across the street at the Rocket Fuel station, customers were just as ecstatic, though manager Haseeb Khan looked a little queasy.
Yet another potential issue is that some consumers might get queasy or frightened during certain VR adventures—
But after one long run near their suburban Baltimore home in 2015, Heather felt especially queasy - and then elated as a second pink line materialized on the stick of her pregnancy test.
Although their numbers are few, just mentioning the names of the serial killers who have taken the lives of dozens of people in the Kansas City metro area can give people a queasy feeling.
Yet most parents are a bit queasy leaving their precious brood with a total stranger in a foreign place—according to a survey of 1,500 parents from the website Tripping.com, 88% of parents don’t hire a babysitter on vacation.
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Origin and Etymology of queasy
Middle English coysy, qwesye
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
QUEASY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of queasy for English Language Learners
: having a sick feeling in the stomach : suffering from nausea
: having an unpleasantly nervous or doubtful feeling
QUEASY Defined for Kids
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