antinauseant


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antinauseant

 [an″te-, an″ti-naw´ze-ant]
1. counteracting nausea.
2. an agent that so acts.

an·ti·nau·se·ant

(an'tē-naw'sē-ănt),
Having an action to prevent nausea.

an·ti·nau·se·ant

(an'tē-naw'zē-ănt)
Having properties or action to prevent nausea.
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