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sicken

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to offend the senses or feelings of

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Naturally, The Shawshank Redemption cropped up as did, nauseatingly, Marley & Me, the Jennifer Aniston/Owen Wilson homage to a designer-lifestyle mutt.
Therefore, I was terribly shocked to see such unwarranted and uncalled-for criticism by a Jaye Dyson, 'In defence of Dads' (GDN, September 17) and a nauseatingly rude O F, 'Time to get rid of Les', on the same date.
In Sri Lanka, India paid the price for a middle order that has slipped from venerated to vulnerable at an almost nauseatingly quick rate.
Intensely politically correct, ridiculously well-read and curious, nauseatingly opinionated and indignant philanthropists, we seemed to share a similar world view.
Even the battles are made nauseatingly safe because no one is actually killed.
This is usually nauseatingly full of their family's triumphs.
One year ago Goldstein declared that Oscar predictions are a "demeaning, nauseatingly superficial ritual.
Viciously offensive to women, fiercely xenophobic, festively homophobic, casually anti-Semitic, contemptuous of religion and nauseatingly puerile, Borat is a nonstop fiesta of hatred of Middle America.
PERSONALLY, I FIND THE WHOLE THING NAUSEATINGLY PATERNALISTIC.
bishops' Office for Film and Broadcasting reviewing the teen slasher movie "Hostel," which he called "a nauseatingly vile horror flick"
You catch feelings whenever geese fly by and nauseatingly quote Old School.
Based on those interviews, the commissioners knew that the administration had been nauseatingly lax and even criminally negligent.
119 in the world and plans to retire after Wimbledon to become a tennis pro for a bunch of nauseatingly oversexed British biddies.
Perhaps its set of arrows could be thrown at pundit Rodney Marsh, who grows more nauseatingly self-important by the week on Sky's Soccer Saturday.
The fragrances that summon up the life of ortolan are compressed into its taste, a taste that is both nauseatingly difficult and ecstatically delectable.