Cordite mingled with the raw, nauseant, revolting smell of scorched flesh and hair.
Now, no sedative or nauseant is known that does not lock up the natural secretions and thus lessen the digestive powers.
The nauseant action of squill, which is alluded to in connection with Anasarcin, is too well known to require more than a mention.
By the operation of the nauseant the violent action of the heart in high fever may be allayed.
Diaphoretic, nauseant, and emetic when warm; tonic when cold.
The influence of Antimony on the glandular organs is indirectly but powerfully intensified by its nauseant action.
The plant is official in the Pharmacopœia of India as an emetic and in small doses is nauseant and diaphoretic.
nauseant nau·se·ant (nô'zē-ənt, -zhē-, -sē-, -shē-)
Inducing nausea or vomiting.