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nauseate

nau·se·ate

nauseate

 
pronunciation:
naw si eIt [or] naw zi eIt
part of speech: transitive verb
inflections: nauseated, nauseates, nauseating
definition 1: to upset the stomach of; cause nausea in.
similar words:
sicken, turn, unsettle, upset
definition 2: to cause disgust or repugnance in.
The child pornography nauseated the detective, who had three young daughters himself.
synonyms:
disgust, offend, repel, sicken
similar words:
appall, cloy, incense, outrage, repulse, revolt, shock, turn
derivation: nauseating (adj.)