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If sharing that potentially personal information makes you feel queasy, you’re not alone.

It might leave you a little queasy, but there’s no denying it’s deliciously sour.

Thus the simple images become as unsettling as their queasy colors.

The new craft is designed with first-person flying in mind and it has gotten some technical upgrades to make the process seamless and less likely to make you queasy.

That makes me a bit queasy, especially when I consider the fates of so many other young artists who’ve connected with their even younger audiences on the level of brain chemistry.

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Surely all this graphic talk of gastrointestinal distress is making you queasy.

Yet financialism can leave voters feeling queasy, and candidates grasping for answers.

In any event, the advice is queasy and muddy: what exactly are reformed Republicans supposed to say about marriage equality?

Here, we examine its origins—a queasy history of violence and sexuality.

An ad for the attempted “male” oven, the Queasy Bake Cookerator.

He felt a queasy giddiness because there was no hand-railing at the outer lock door and he knew the depth of the fall outside.

Not that I would recommend it medicinally,—especially to persons of queasy stomachs, delicate nerves, and afflicted with bile.

The lurching billows of clouds made him queasy; he opened his Piper samples case and popped a pill into his mouth.

But midway the eighteenth century they were not so queasy–stomached.

He felt slightly queasy and wondered if he might be drowning.


On this page you'll find 50 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to queasy, such as: anxious, fidgety, groggy, restless, sickly, and squeamish.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.