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Synonyms for queasy

Synonyms for queasy

causing or able to cause nausea

feeling nausea

causing or fraught with or showing anxiety

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Startups need people who won't get queasy when times are rough, he says.
There's one possible silver lining: The one state that has such a law seems queasy about enforcing it.
I have been queasy from the moment we set foot in the country.
The executive added that one of the key reasons for the deal and its timing is the strong tenant roster during queasy times.
The results support a theory that emotions incited by the rewarding or punishing outcomes of risky decisions generate physiological responses--such as a racing heart beat and a queasy gut--that then act as cues for making future choices.
As shown in the perspectives (which have a queasy affinity between graphic style and subject), the entire six-acre new development is to be under a glass canopy around what the developers call a 'spectacular water feature based on a canal theme'.
Visitors to the new and exciting website are able to meet new meerkats, explore the village and enter buildings including the local Queasy Mongoose Pub, Yakov's toy shop, and Aleksandr's mansion.
AS IF going up and down on a rollercoaster at Thorpe Park didn't make her feel sick enough, ex-Hear'Say songstress Suzanne Shaw was presented with a positively queasy query on a new game show.
No bags under her eyes from trying to sleep, no greasy skin, no queasy expression after the post-flight meal.
THE National Sea Life Centre in Birmingham has had to get in a stock of antiseasickness bracelets because its new 4D cinema is making visitors feel queasy.
I WONDER if I'm the only person feeling slightly queasy about the campaign which kept Camilla away from the Diana Memorial Service.
It's one of those rare live-life-to-the-fullest movies that manages to get its message across without making you queasy.
Viewing the gossamer-thin tendrils of an extracted spinal cord made me a little queasy, but most of these isolated displays weren't too hard to take.
There will also be a queasy quiz at the Tudor manor house, in Maple Road.
While Burns should be commended for taking on serious issues in these queasy times--assailing the vivid hypocrisies of Imperial America and railing against the soullessness of the passive media consumer--the studied artlessness that serves his technical program so well is ultimately unable to articulate the gravity of his newfound content.