pukish

pukish

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 pukish. We were all quite pukish after such a turbulent plane ride. My poor daughter has been pukish all weekend long.
2. Of, resembling, or related to vomit. There was a pukish 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 pukish flavor. I just think all the clashing colors look pukish on the page.

pukish

mod. nauseated. (Folksy.) That old pukish feeling came over me, and I just let go.
References in periodicals archive ?
Some others complained of pukish feeling, nausea and irritation in their eyes.
In the food line Phil warned me away from the pukish trough of green vegetable liquid but gave a thumbs up to the meat loaf, which he'd tested earlier in the day, and the macaroni and cheese, which was predictably delicious.
These include prevalence and longitudinal studies in the general population (Anthony and Helzer, 1991; Dawson, 1996; Helzer, Burnam and McEvoy, 1991; Sobell, Cunningham and Sobell, 1996; Vaillant, 1983), treatment evaluation research that employed control groups (Alden, 1988), and the small number of studies that specifically interviewed people who had recovered without treatment (Cunningham, Sobell, Sobell and Kapur, 1995; Klingemann, 1991; Ludwig, 1985; Saunders and Kershaw, 1979; Sobell, Sobell, Toneatto and Leo, 1993; Stall, 1983; Tuchfeld, 1981; Tucker, Vuchinich and Pukish, 1995).
These include concerns about deteriorating physical health (Saunders and Kershaw, 1979; Stall, 1983; Tuchfeld, 1981; Tucker, Vuchinich and Pukish, 1995), strong social sanctions such as fear of imprisonment (Stall, 1983; Tuchfeld, 1981), life events such as marriage (Goodwin, Crane and Guze, 1971; Saunders and Kershaw, 1979), and the positive influence of family life and spousal support (Edwards, Orford, Egert et al.