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The adjective "queasy" is used when a person feels sick, dizzy, or about ready to throw up.

  • Vanessa says she’s feeling queasy.
  • After eating all that pizza and beer, Tom’s stomach is a little queasy.
  • He’s got a queasy feeling in his stomach.
  • Riding on the Tilt O’Whirl at the amusement park made me queasy.
  • A bumpy flight over the Atlantic Ocean left Yolanda with some queasiness. (The word "queasiness" is a noun.)
  • His stomach is queasy. He might have the flu.

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This page was first published on December 19, 2013. It was updated on September 24, 2016.



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