E. B. White Quote

Nauseous. Nauseated. The first means "sickening to contemplate"; the second means "sick at the stomach." Do not, therefore, say "I feel nauseous," unless you are sure you have that effect on others.


The Elements of Style (1959 et seq.)

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Nauseous. Nauseated. The first means sickening to contemplate; the second means sick at the stomach. Do not, therefore, say I feel nauseous, unless...

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Nauseous. Nauseated. The first means sickening to contemplate; the second means sick at the stomach. Do not, therefore, say I feel nauseous, unless...

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Nauseous. Nauseated. The first means sickening to contemplate; the second means sick at the stomach. Do not, therefore, say I feel nauseous, unless...

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Nauseous. Nauseated. The first means sickening to contemplate; the second means sick at the stomach. Do not, therefore, say I feel nauseous, unless...