Nauseant
Nauseant Nau"se*ant, n. [L. nauseans, p. pr. Of nauseare.] (Med.) A substance which produces nausea; an emetic. [1913 Webster]

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  • nauseant — (n.) 1834, from L. nauseant , prp. stem of nauseare (see NAUSEATE (Cf. nauseate) (v.)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • nauseant — /naw zee euhnt, zhee , see , shee /, Med. adj. 1. producing nausea. n. 2. a nauseant agent. [1840 50; < L nauseant (s. of nauseans) prp. of nauseare to be seasick. See NAUSEA, ANT] * * * …   Universalium

  • Nauseant — A nauseant is a substance or an agent that is used to generate the tendency to vomit. Tobacco and egg white are nauseous to children, and produce sickness at the stomach. Nauseants are akin to direct emetics. Categories: Drugs acting on the… …   Wikipedia

  • nauseant — 1. Nauseating; causing nausea. 2. An agent that causes nausea. * * * nau·se·ant nȯ z(h)ē ənt, s(h)ē n an agent that induces nausea esp an expectorant that liquefies and increases the secretion of mucus nauseant adj inducing nausea …   Medical dictionary

  • nauseant — noun or adjective see nausea …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • nauseant — Synonyms and related words: abstergent, cathartic, cleaner, cleaning agent, cleaning solvent, cleanser, cleansing cream, cold cream, cream, dentifrice, depurant, detergent, disgustingness, diuretic, emetic, enema, fetidness, foulness, holystone,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • nauseant — n. substance that causes nausea, substance that causes an upset stomach adj. causing nausea; arousing stomach sickness …   English contemporary dictionary

  • nauseant — nau·se·ant …   English syllables

  • nauseant — noun a medicine that induces nausea and vomiting • Syn: ↑emetic, ↑vomit, ↑vomitive • Derivationally related forms: ↑nauseate, ↑vomit (for: ↑vomit) …   Useful english dictionary

  • vomitive — noun a medicine that induces nausea and vomiting • Syn: ↑emetic, ↑vomit, ↑nauseant • Derivationally related forms: ↑nauseate (for: ↑nauseant), ↑vomit ( …   Useful english dictionary

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