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pukey

1. Nauseated; queasy; given to vomiting. "Puke" is a slang term for vomit. Could you stop the car for a bit? I'm feeling a little pukey. We were all quite pukey after such a turbulent plane ride. My poor daughter has been pukey all weekend long.
2. Of, resembling, or related to vomit. There was a pukey smell coming from the back of the plane. Someone must have thrown up. It's apparently a delicacy in this region, but I just couldn't stand the pukey flavor.
3. Causing nausea or vomiting. For some reason, my sister has always considered carrots pukey. I just can't stand pukey roller coasters anymore.
4. Causing aversion or disgust; repulsive, distasteful, or offensive. I can't believe they promoted that pukey guy to run the entire company! They've been passing some pukey legislation over the last few years.

pukey

and pukoid
mod. disgusting; repellent. Who is that pukey looking guy? I won’t eat that pukoid stuff!
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Dick hated them all--every pukey, whiny kid who didn't take the time to understand or care about football, and yet was all too willing to tell him how to run the country.
Now this is the option that, pre-kids, I used to find particularly pukey.
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