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Something or someone that is nauseating or irritating, in the sense of making the speaker annoyed rather than literally physically sickened. A nause is a ''bad thing''.
 
Something or someone that is nauseating or irritating, in the sense of making the speaker annoyed rather than literally physically sickened. A nause is a ''bad thing''.
  
Usage: "this thing/event is a right ''nause''" or "that fellow is a complete ''nause''" BUT NOT "I am very ''naused''" or "I find that drinking too much [[alcohol]] makes me ''naused''".
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Usage: "this thing/event is a right ''nause''" or "that fellow is a complete ''nause''"  
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BUT NOT "I am very ''naused''" or "I find that drinking too much [[alcohol]] makes me ''naused''".
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Latest revision as of 00:29, 4 February 2008

Nause (n).

Something or someone that is nauseating or irritating, in the sense of making the speaker annoyed rather than literally physically sickened. A nause is a bad thing.

Usage: "this thing/event is a right nause" or "that fellow is a complete nause"

BUT NOT "I am very naused" or "I find that drinking too much alcohol makes me naused".

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