nauseate


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Related to nauseate: queasy
See: repel
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The authors contend that if both the religious right and the gay movement ever are to enjoy mainstream political acceptance, they must put aside destructive urges and educate the public about the merits of their positions, noting that it is easier to nauseate than educate.
As a result, military and law enforcement professionals need weapons that can zap, shock, stun, subdue, nauseate, temporarily blind, or otherwise incapacitate opponents without putting themselves or others at risk.
Kinkade's chain work nauseates us with all his sweetness and light, which he cranks out by the thousands.