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Poetic Definitions: nausea
Poetic Form
Didactic "Graph Theoretic Poems"  

Zedd
Authoritatively jaundiced or grudging.
malicious
obnoxious
nauseating
disgusting
Certainly not stimulating or exciting.
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— Trista Howard
Yoda
Nausea: Master, am I queasy?

An attraction, once upon a time you never were!
An invitation, you have not been!
A queasiness, you are!
A dizziness, you will ceaselessly be!

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— Aura Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
To nausea I offer this thanks,
     when needing something like dizziness
When I'm writing and drawing blanks,
     I almost settle using sickness

I am in search of more,
     trying to sing your praise!
It's you I very much adore,
     lacking in so many ways.
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— Miina Foster
Waka
A rebelliousness
that is nauseatingly
ungovernable.
A protest or objection.
excite disapprobation.

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— Wilhelmina Cooper
Verse (modern)
Nausea

I hate verse that uses nausea, and also poems that use gymnasia.
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— Arden Marshal
Unitoum
Nausea

Sickness
harden
loathing
gladden

harden
pain
gladden
charge

pain
make
charge
earn

make
loathing
earn
sickness.
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— Gussie Ros
Tanaka
Dislike intensely
thunders of the Vatican
be revolted by
An anathema or curse.
A filth or obscenity.

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— Augustus Innocent
Rondelet
Nausea

Stop consuming,
monetary circulation.
Stop consuming,
to recoil from doing something.
Original preparation,
audacious exaggeration.
Stop consuming.

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— Augusta Leopold
Quinzaine
Nausea

Aversions are many grudges.
Can you believe it?
Are they loth?

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— Augustine Leith
Pi (π)
May I fake a meter, furnished so beings might see
Fully cheerful abstracts, proudly informing, and oh how evermore free?
Nausea or loathe feel all too apparent. But is bugging?
Revulsion, abhor? - or aversion, distaste? Damn! I excluded bulging!
I reason abominate and certainly repulsion, but happily ought I
- given meanings so - notations fetched with equations spry?
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— Drystan Red
Octosyllable
Really loathsome and gruesome.
But also noisome and tiresome.
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— Odessa Silver
Nonet
land acquired for public purposes
feeling of wanting to be sick
feel unsure about something
sickness in the stomach
indisposition
uneasiness
nausea
unrest
fear
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— Willa Justice
Mirror Cinquain
nausea
queasy, sicker
loathing, despising, condemning
originally and properly, sea-sickness
disgust
repugnance
the act of turning yourself away
hating, abhorring, loathing
loath, indisposed
aversion
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— August Vaughan
Limerick
There was a gal from Saint Patrick,
She wanted a word for carsick.
      The act of darkness?
      But then thought sickness!
So smart that gal from Saint Patrick.
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— Aurora Valentine
Kural
Disgust, sickness, queasiness, loathing
Illness' seasick maladies

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— Billie Harding
Haiku (terse)
Abomination
heterogeneity
indisposition

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— Guillermo Hardy
Haiku (3-word)
Repudiating
supererogatory
indisposition

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— Mona Benson
Haiku (modern)
A repulsiveness,
seasick, obscene, and grudging,
Evokes a faintness.

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— Guifré Tate
Gnomic
An ailment, sickness or illness.
A giddiness, dizziness or lightheadedness.

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— Austin Lambert
Fib (Fibonacci)
The
qualm
disgust
queasiness
abomination
a vomiting, vomit or puke

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— Velma Harvey
Diamante
Nausea
wicked, evil
hating, detesting, resenting
qualm, dislike ..... enticement, allure
molesting, taunting, teasing
persuasive, desirable
attraction
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— Leah Grant
Cinquain - Phrasal
nausea
force back
be abhorrent of
to repel or repulse
antipathy

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— Wilma Austen
Cinquain - Expressional
nausea
the distaste
even with disgust
and hatred took hold.
queasy!

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— Minnie Mason
Butterfly Cinquain
contempt
be mistaken
feeling sorrow about
defamation of character
disdain
is not a thing to be despised
the act of despising
discount prices
scornful
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— Billy Austin
Acrostic - Prefix
 Nauseating
ailing
unsettled
seasick
emetic
appal
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— Mary Wilson
Acrostic - Diagonal
Nastiness
Malady
Squeamishness
Abusive
Illness
Distracted
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— Guillaume Arnold

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.