Definitions

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  • adv. In a nauseous manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a nauseous manner; with aversion or loathing.
  • So as to produce nausea.

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Examples

  • Then again, some images are so nauseously sentimental they are surreal.

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  • I'm not nauseously optimistic, or cautiously nauseous at this point.

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  • They chatted nauseously about what their goodbye kiss should be like.

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  • What did the nauseously spunky Ray do to incur the wrath of the Malkinoids?

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  • Like the studio and Airmix, the prep room is also a D. P.H.-grade mess: half the overhead fluorescents are either out or flickering nauseously, and the gray carpet crunches underfoot, and the wastebaskets are all towering fire hazards, and many of the tabletops are piled with old books and newspapers.

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  • And when it comes it is so dry, & nauseously sweet that I gag it up into a napkin and start scraping my tongue with a fork.

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  • Any attempt to recreate it will seem "twee" at best and "nauseously self-involved" at worst.

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  • Item: Fidel Castro has cravenly criticized America's eminently egalitarian and instantly inclusive racial policies, reproachfully ragging U.S. leaders for their nauseously niggling neglect of Negro citizens.

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  • He took over a small bastion of freedom 90 miles off U.S. shores, pathologically picked the pockets of patriotic patriarchs, nauseously "nationalized" U. S.-owned hotel-casinos, fried the friendly fragrant fields of the U.ited Fruit Company and generally absconded with astronomical amounts of America's most peonprotecting, Commie-constraining export: money!!!

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  • Her heart started beating frantically fast, her stomach churning nauseously.

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