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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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The New York Times published a nauseatingly sympathetic profile of Ayers and Dohrn in its September 11, 2001 edition.
It concerns what many would view as a nauseatingly kitschy Valkyrie by Ludwig Schnorr von Carolsfeld, 'heroically' defended by the author as a work of revolutionary art on the curiously uncertain grounds that it must have been painted in 1813 and therefore must reflect the spirit of the Leipzig Volkerschlacht.
In a "The Facts of Life" skit, the overweight Natalie eats to the point of breaking furniture, while the nauseatingly bubbly Tootle now bounces like a bobble-head doll.
Particularly because the role was so nauseatingly assimilationist, Poitier quickly lost all legitimacy in the eyes of many young black moviegoers, themselves at the forefront of a new wave of cross-cultural radicalism.
It set in as early as last Sunday, when television reports alerted us that "tributes are pouring in for tragic Paula Yates, who has died"; the next few days saw acres of newsprint oozing cliches about "her years of torment", "a lost soul", "poor, doomed Paula" - while, as is becoming nauseatingly ritualistic, total strangers trundled along to leave bunches of flowers outside the house where she died.
These case studies constitute the most interesting part of the book and it's only when the author launches into a nauseatingly sycophantic eulogy on the benefits of the mogul-style of business management that you really start noticing how woefully biased he is.
Americans) are a repulsive people: charmless, rude, cocky, mercenary, humorless, ugly, full of a nauseatingly fake religiosity, odious in defeat, unsporting in victory.
I can even turn in circles while the animated world swivels nauseatingly around me.
Unlike Boll's novel, and like Abschied von den Feinden, Hundsnachte is a hauntingly bleak, nauseatingly stomach-wrenching, and voluble nightmare which spares neither the sensitivities of the reader nor the characters of the novel.
One moment that rings nauseatingly true is during an editorial meeting in which an international story is brought up for consideration.
Jacob Zulu tells the story of a black teenager accused of planting a bomb in a shopping mall, and its images of the protagonist being beaten and kicked by ruthless cops seemed almost nauseatingly familiar in the wake of the Rodney King trial whose verdict spawned the L.
Martin Sheen as the President was a good pick, but his character is nauseatingly off-base.