Definition of nauseatingly in English:

nauseatingly

Pronunciation /ˈnôzēˌādiNGlē/ /ˈnɔziˌeɪdɪŋli/ /ˈnôZHēˌādiNGlē/ /ˈnɔʒiˌeɪdɪŋli/

Translate nauseatingly into Spanish

adverb

See nauseating

as submodifier ‘Rafael looked nauseatingly smug’
  • ‘The last time I visited Soho's media haunt I was beset by some young filmmakers so nauseatingly full of their own self-importance that I had to walk away from them in mid-gush.’
  • ‘And that nauseatingly cloying sentiment is driving me nuts.’
  • ‘Only viewers with a taste for nauseatingly violent B-grade comedy will appreciate its well-hidden genius.’
  • ‘Most animals are killed in nauseatingly smelly abattoirs awash with blood, guts, urine and faeces.’
  • ‘‘You guys are nauseatingly cute,’ she smirked.’
  • ‘‘Maybe it's time you followed your own advice, even if it is nauseatingly sentimental,’ I said to myself.’
  • ‘Before I can stop him, the boy is sitting on his knees next to my father, poking his chest in the nauseatingly adorable way that only a preschooler can accomplish.’
  • ‘‘Well, aren't the both of you just so nauseatingly romantic,’ a snide voice commented.’
  • ‘The old couple that owned it were nauseatingly obsequious, in stark contrast to the indifferent attitude people in the City had towards each other.’
  • ‘Pain throbbed nauseatingly through me, clouding my head.’