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nauseated - adjective and verb (past tense and past participle of the verb nauseate)

 

Note: For a discussion of the differences among nauseous, nauseating, and nauseated, see Grammar.com’s section on Problem Words. Click here for that discussion.

Example: After the ride on the roller coaster, he felt nauseated. adjective

Example: The foul meat nauseated him. verb

See nauseous.

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