nauseating


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causing or able to cause nausea

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Ultimately it's the reason automakers drop to their knees with nauseating regularity when the market shifts, forcing them to grasp at seemingly radical ideas that had been delivered on the proverbial platter long before.
She details her journey, beginning with her initial diagnosis, through her complicated surgery and nauseating chemotherapy.
But for marathon runner Naoko Takahashi, the nauseating brew is the secret to her Olympic gold medals.
Sure, sure, while others returned to work, my day job forced me to watch, read, listen, and click through the most nauseating pile of pookie since a protracted summer garbage strike in New York City.
The whole business was a nauseating farce: in 1938, even as the pope was dying, the naive liberal John LaFarge, S.
He hates the decorations, the trees, the gifts and especially the nauseating yuletide happiness.
The confusion," he writes, "totally chaotic, the filth completely nauseating.
What makes it so nauseating is the crinkly-eyed smile and the gooey voice Williams always uses for these real-life saint roles that he loves.
The book ends with a nauseating sitcom-like moment of sanctimony when poor Arianna is chased back to her room by a horrifying mob only to be rescued by (yes, again
Even a block away from the funeral home which was situated in a residential area, the stench of decay was overpowering and nauseating, especially when the wind blew, forcing residents to wear face masks.
WHAT an utterly nauseating preformance David Cameron gave recently over his message to the Scottish people and the rest of us concerning the Scottish referendum on independence for Scotland.
Avoid the BBC when the old terrorist croaks, it'll be nauseating nauseat BNP LEADER NICK GRIFFIN
The nation''s top judge yesterday branded Darren Jones, 25, and Lee Van Smith, 21, nauseating for their attack on 24 year-old John Jaundoo, who was tortured and stabbed more than 20 times in Garston.
MICHAEL Watts finds it nauseating that MPs' expense claims have been made transparent (Voice of the North, June 16).
The very thought that Kevin Keegan is backing him is nauseating and to have some of these so-called fans using any excuse to defend him makes me sick.