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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.
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.
OPERATION: OUTER SPACEWILLIAM FITZGERALD JENKINS
Not that I would recommend it medicinally,—especially to persons of queasy stomachs, delicate nerves, and afflicted with bile.
MIRROR OF THE MONTHSPETER GEORGE PATMORE
The lurching billows of clouds made him queasy; he opened his Piper samples case and popped a pill into his mouth.
THE NATIVE SOILALAN EDWARD NOURSE
But midway the eighteenth century they were not so queasy–stomached.
TOBIAS SMOLLETTOLIPHANT SMEATON
He felt slightly queasy and wondered if he might be drowning.
THE EGO MACHINEHENRY KUTTNER
I am not queasy-stomached, but such a Thyestean banquet as that was quite out of the question.
POEMS OF JAMES RUSSELL LOWELLJAMES RUSSELL LOWELL
The ground still shook under his feet, and his insides were producing the queasy symptoms of motion sickness.
THE FLAMING MOUNTAINHAROLD LELAND GOODWIN
I had a queasy sense that I wore my last dry clothes upon my body.
Alone with her, and in the all-concealing dusk, his queasy pride was not obliged to take up arms.
THE HUNTRESSHULBERT FOOTNER

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