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  • 1 Glossary of terms associated with diabetes — This page lists and explains terms connected with diabetes. NOTOC A *Acanthosis nigricans A brown to black, poorly defined, velvety hyperpigmentation of the skin, usually present in the posterior and lateral folds of the neck, the axilla, groin,… …

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  • 2 nauseate — To cause an inclination to vomit. * * * nau·se·ate nȯ z(h)ē .āt, s(h)ē vb, at·ed; at·ing vi to become affected with nausea vt to affect with nausea * * * nau·se·ate (nawґze āt) to affect with …

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  • 4 nauseate — /naw zee ayt , zhee , see , shee /, v., nauseated, nauseating. v.t. 1. to affect with nausea; sicken. 2. to cause to feel extreme disgust: His vicious behavior toward the dogs nauseates me. v.i. 3. to become affected with nausea. [1630 40; < L… …

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  • 5 nauseate — nau•se•ate [[t]ˈnɔ ziˌeɪt, ʒi , si , ʃi [/t]] v. at•ed, at•ing 1) pat to affect with nausea; sicken 2) to cause to feel extreme disgust 3) to experience nausea • Etymology: 1630–40; < L nauseātus (ptp. of nauseāre to be seasick). See nausea,… …

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  • 6 nauseate — verb ( ated; ating) Date: 1625 intransitive verb 1. to become affected with nausea 2. to feel disgust transitive verb to affect with nausea or disgust …

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  • 7 nauseate — [c]/ˈnɔzieɪt/ (say nawzeeayt), /ˈnɔsi / (say nawsee ) verb (nauseated, nauseating) –verb (t) 1. to affect with nausea; sicken. 2. arouse feelings of extreme disgust in: *The horrible, futile butchery of war nauseated him as he watched the… …

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  • 8 disgust — I. n. 1. Nausea, disrelish, distaste, loathing. 2. Dislike, repugnance, aversion, antipathy, abomination, detestation, abhorrence, hatred. II. v. a. 1. Sicken, affect with nausea, turn one s stomach, go against one s stomach. 2. Displease, offend …

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  • 9 nauseate — v. 1 tr. affect with nausea (was nauseated by the smell). 2 intr. (usu. foll. by at) loathe food, an occupation, etc.; feel sick. Derivatives: nauseating adj. nauseatingly adv. Etymology: L nauseare (as NAUSEA) …

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  • 10 Nauseate — Nau se*ate, v. t. 1. To affect with nausea; to sicken; to cause to feel loathing or disgust. [1913 Webster] 2. To sicken at; to reject with disgust; to loathe. [1913 Webster] The patient nauseates and loathes wholesome foods. Blackmore. [1913… …

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  • 11 nauseate — verb [often as adjective nauseating] affect with nausea. Derivatives nauseatingly adverb …

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  • 12 nauseating — adjective affect with nausea. → nauseate …

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