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

Zedd
Sickeningly distasteful or obnoxious.
repulsive
offensive
shocking
sickening
But neither complacent nor gracious.
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— Curtis Howard
Yoda
Nauseate: Master, was I shocking?

An interest, before creation you never were!
A disgust, you have been!
An abomination, you are!
An exasperation, you will continuously be!

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— Florence Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term nauseate
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for hate

Just wait a bit and you may find,
     better than any an anagram,
when coders have more time,
     a much better fitting epigram.
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— Connie Foster
Waka
A rebelliousness
that is nauseatingly
ungovernable.
A protest or objection.
excite disapprobation.

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— Johnny Cooper
Verse (modern)
Nauseate

You think there is no rhyme for nauseate? You might want to consider herniate, recreate, and mediate.!
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— Paula Marshal
Unitoum
Nauseate

Ferment
quickened
hatred
juggled

quickened
sickening
juggled
odious

sickening
realize
odious
extricate

realize
hatred
extricate
ferment.
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— Shawn Ros
Tanaka
Stem the torrent of
to demoralize chiefly
throw cold water on
A scare, affright or alarm.
deprive of courage or hope.

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— Lois Innocent
Rondelet
Nauseate

Cause emotions,
strike with disgust or revulsion.
Cause emotions,
system alarm indications.
Emergency situation,
therapeutic indication.
Cause emotions.

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— Jeremy Eliot
Quinzaine
Nauseate

Sickens are many revolts.
Can you believe it?
Are they vile?

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— Billy Innocent
Pi (π)
Can I pass a meter, proclaimed so pupils might see
Newly engaging summaries, however informing, and oh how revealed free?
Rebuff or defend seem all too manifest. But is deflect?
Rebuffing, expel? - or renounce, refusing? Oops! I excluded reflect!
I ponder repulsing and certainly rejection, but plainly ought I
- blurt concepts so - notations fetched with equations spry?
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— Adam Leopold
Octosyllable
Really loathsome and heartsick.
But also noisome and airsick.
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— Kelleigh Leith
Nonet
to refuse somebody admittance
decline to give an opinion
to drive back an attacker
send to the rightabout
hold in abeyance
repudiate
nauseate
reject
fend
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— Janice Red
Mirror Cinquain
nauseate
wearisome, tiresome
reducing, paring, curtailing
a repulsion, abhorrence, abomination, revulsion or antipathy
disgust
nausea
a grudge, rancour, spite, resentment or malice
hating, abhorring, despising
abhorrent, repugnant
loathing
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— Judith Silver
Limerick
There was a young girl from Lochsloy,
And she needed a word for cloy.
      The funky chicken?
      But then thought sicken!
So smart that woman from Lochsloy.
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— Joan Vaughan
Kural
Disgust, revolt, shock, ferment
Hatred's sickening dements

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— Jean Valentine
Haiku (terse)
Abomination
heterogeneity
indisposition

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— Janet Benson
Haiku (3-word)
Regurgitating
valetudinarian
abomination

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— Juan Tate
Haiku (modern)
Sick, gross, pale and foul,
queasy, rotten, and noisome,
disagreeable!

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— Jack Malone
Gnomic
A denial, rejection or negation.
A banishment, expulsion or deportation.
An embargo, prohibition or interdiction.
A constraint, restriction or limitation.

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— Amanda Hardy
Fib (Fibonacci)
To
loathe
offend
discourage

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— Jerry Lambert
Diamante
Nauseate
sicken, wicked
detesting, resenting, abhorring
hatred, disgust ..... name, scream
citing, shouting, appointing
notable, eminent
call
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— Gregory Elliott
Cinquain - Phrasal
nauseate
make revolution
to become squeamish
being cloying or sickening
disgust

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— Kenneth Ellis
Cinquain - Expressional
nauseate
and drive
storage capacity ram
or catapult remove this.
disgusting!

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— Jessica Willis
Butterfly Cinquain
repel
sow dissension
be unpopular with
to refuse an invitation
revolt
decline to give an opinion
throw into confusion
find unpleasant
disgust
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— Havel Cole
Acrostic - Diagonal
Nasty
Gall
Foul
Exasperate
Sicken
Distract
Irritate
Queasiness
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— Barbara Jackson

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.