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September 26, 2018

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Kelly at Twentysomething Vision

Hi Lynn, I'm so glad you wrote about this because I heard the word "nauseous" the other day and it reminded me of this debate! I think your friend is nauseated according to the definition, and according to the context. She's not causing any sickening, but she is feeling nausea. This was a great read.

Lynn Gaertner-Johnston

Kelly, I'm glad this post was timely for you. Thanks for commenting.

Lynn

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