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nauseating

(nô′zē-ā′tĭng, -zhē-, -sē-, -shē-)
adj.
Causing nausea; nauseous.

nau′se·at′ing·ly adv.
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Tommy is the epitome of a tail-wagging gung-ho young salesman, but he is also an almost nauseatingly straight arrow.
Channel 4's nauseatingly earnest coverage made a dull night a whole lot duller.
Somehow, I can't quite see Stormin' Norman putting up with the ritual humiliation of the nursery slopes, where you snowplough weedily round in semi-circles at all of three miles an hour, while hordes of nauseatingly accomplished continental four-year-olds hurtle happily past at 60mph oblivious to danger, and skiing as naturally as breathing.
Too jokey to be scary, it's often unbelievably crude and nauseatingly gross, but on the other hand you have to admire the rather ingenious set piece of death by ceiling mirror and champagne and the sheer audacity of perhaps the most over the top splatter scene ever.
The car springs into life, but without feeling nauseatingly light.
And when they weren't being nauseatingly sentimental, the ``Home Alone'' holiday hits were pretty anarchic, too.
But personally I found the storyline nauseatingly tedious and out of touch with reality.
The nauseatingly tasteless celebrations sickened everyone who was rooting for a
Staying the right side of nauseatingly cute and with some smart one-liners and a lot of heart, it's all that, and a little bit more.
Caroline said: "It's like having an affair - meeting in hotels and getting on trains in the morning but we are nauseatingly supportive of each other.
being nauseatingly nice and effortlessly attracting an everincreasing army of devoted fans.
CELLAR incest monster Josef Fritzl will nauseatingly claim he loved the daughter he locked up for 24 years when he goes on trial next week.