I can truly say this installation will leave visitors stoked or nauseous or both.
It was in the middle of the night, like two in the morning, and I was so nauseous and they brought me down in the crane.
Heavily pregnant, nauseous, she barely made it to her meeting.
Remember that nauseous feeling you had as you watched your IRA and mutual funds collapse overnight?
“As a result, doing both exercise and a cleanse can leave you feeling tired, dizzy and nauseous,” she says.
The house was overheated, and the close, nauseous air made her sick.
Never was female friendship more strongly cemented, or less disturbed by the nauseous poison of envy, malice, or mean jealousy.
The nauseous air that had filtered through from that room spoke eloquently of sealed windows and stopped crevices.
We eagerly quenched our thirst, in spite of the nauseous taste of the water.
But, as I told you before, the physic to me was not nearly so nauseous as the sugar.
nauseous nau·seous (nô'shəs, -zē-əs)
Affected with nausea.