nause

nause (one) out

slang To cause one to feel disgust, repulsion, or nausea; to gross one out. A noun or pronoun can be used between "nause" and "out." Primarily heard in US. I could never be a nurse—blood just nauses me out too much. The director obviously takes great glee in nausing out his audience, though too often at the expense of a coherent plot or memorable characters.
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nause someone out

Sl. to make someone ill; to disgust someone. (From nauseate.) That's awful. I bet it nauses Jennifer out. This day naused out everybody I know. He naused himself out just thinking of the accident.
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nause someone out

tv. to nauseate someone. That horrible smell really nauses me out.
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