feel+nausea+at

  • 1 nausea — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ severe ▪ mild, slight ▪ sudden … OF NAUSEA ▪ wave ▪ …

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  • 2 feel — verb ADVERB ▪ deeply, strongly ▪ She felt her mother s death very deeply. ▪ really ▪ I really felt bad about what I had done. ▪ keenly …

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  • 3 nauseate — [nô′shē āt΄, nô′zhēāt΄; nô′sēāt΄, nô′zēāt΄] vt. nauseated, nauseating [< L nauseatus, pp. of nauseare, to be seasick: see NAUSEA] 1. to cause to feel nausea; make sick 2. Rare to feel nausea at; loathe vi. to feel nausea; become sick… …

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  • 4 nau´se|a´tion — nau|se|ate «N shee ayt, see », verb, at|ed, at|ing. –v.t. 1. to cause nausea in; make sick. 2. to reject (food) with loathing or a feeling of nausea: »Many dishes are commended in one age that are nauseated in another (Sir Thomas Browne) …

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  • 5 nau´se|at´ing|ly — nau|se|ate «N shee ayt, see », verb, at|ed, at|ing. –v.t. 1. to cause nausea in; make sick. 2. to reject (food) with loathing or a feeling of nausea: »Many dishes are commended in one age that are nauseated in another (Sir Thomas Browne) …

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  • 6 nau|se|ate — «N shee ayt, see », verb, at|ed, at|ing. –v.t. 1. to cause nausea in; make sick. 2. to reject (food) with loathing or a feeling of nausea: »Many dishes are commended in one age that are nauseated in another (Sir Thomas Browne) …

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  • 7 nauseate — I. v. n. Feel nausea, feel disgust, grow qualmish. II. v. a. 1. Sicken, disgust, revolt, make sick, turn one s stomach, make one s gorge rise. 2. Loathe, abhor, detest, abominate, feel nausea or disgust at, shrink from, recoil from, reject with… …

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  • 8 Nauseate — Nau se*ate, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Nauseated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Nauseating}.] [L. nauseare, nauseatum, fr. nausea. See {Nausea}.] To become squeamish; to feel nausea; to turn away with disgust. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 9 Nauseated — Nauseate Nau se*ate, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Nauseated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Nauseating}.] [L. nauseare, nauseatum, fr. nausea. See {Nausea}.] To become squeamish; to feel nausea; to turn away with disgust. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 10 Nauseating — Nauseate Nau se*ate, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Nauseated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Nauseating}.] [L. nauseare, nauseatum, fr. nausea. See {Nausea}.] To become squeamish; to feel nausea; to turn away with disgust. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 11 wam|ble — «WOM uhl, WAM », verb, bled, bling, noun. Dialect. –v.i. 1. a) to feel nausea. b) (of the stomach or its contents) to be felt to roll about (in nausea). 2. to move unsteadily; stagger; totter; …

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  • 12 ache — [[t]e͟ɪk[/t]] aches, aching, ached 1) VERB If you ache or a part of your body aches, you feel a steady, fairly strong pain. [V adv/prep] The glands in her neck were swollen, her head was throbbing and she ached all over... My leg is giving me… …

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  • 13 loathe — v. a. 1. Feel disgust at, feel nausea at. 2. Abhor, detest, hate, abominate, feel disgust at, shrink from, recoil from …

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  • 14 Wamble — Wam ble, v. i. [Cf. Dan. vamle, and vammel squeamish, ready to vomit, Icel. v[ae]ma to feel nausea, v[ae]minn nauseous.] 1. To heave; to be disturbed by nausea; said of the stomach. L Estrange. [1913 Webster] 2. To move irregularly to and fro; to …

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  • 15 Abdominal distension — ICD 10 R14, R19.0 ICD 9 787.3, 789.3 …

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  • 16 wamble — wambliness, n. wambly, adj. /wom beuhl, euhl, wam /, v., wambled, wambling, n. v.i. 1. to move unsteadily. 2. to feel nausea. 3. (of the stomach) to rumble; growl. n. 4. an unsteady or rolling movement. 5. a feeling of nausea. [ …

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  • 17 nauseous — adjective 1 especially AmE feeling nausea: I awoke from my drunken stupor feeling nauseous. 2 formal making you feel nausea: the nauseous stench of the durian fruit nauseously adverb nauseousness noun (U) …

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  • 18 wamble — wam•ble [[t]ˈwɒm bəl, əl, ˈwæm [/t]] v. bled, bling, n. 1) to move unsteadily 2) to feel nausea 3) (of the stomach) to rumble; growl 4) an unsteady or rolling movement 5) a feeling of nausea • Etymology: 1300–50; ME wamle wam′bly, adj …

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  • 19 wamble — [wäm′bəl, wäm′əl] vi. wambled, wambling [ME wamlen, akin to Norw vamla, to stagger, Dan vamle, to feel nausea: for IE base see VOMIT] Chiefly Dial. 1. to turn, twist, or roll about 2. to move unsteadily 3. Obs. to be nauseated n. Chiefly Dial …

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  • 20 nauseate — verb (T) to make someone feel nausea: Even clear fluids were making him feel nauseated. | It nauseates me the way Keith bullies you …

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