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ad nauseam

Etymology: L, ad, to; Gk, nausia, seasickness
to the extent of inducing nausea and vomiting.

ad nauseam

(ad no′zē-ăm) [L. to (sea)sickness]
Of such degree or extent as to produce nausea.
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