Queasy definitions

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Experiencing nausea; nauseated.
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Easily nauseated.
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Causing nausea; sickening.

The queasy lurch of an airplane during a storm.

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Causing uneasiness.
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Uneasy; troubled.
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The definition of queasy means sick to your stomach or nauseous, or being slightly worried or nervous about something.

If you feel like you need to throw up, this is an example of a time when you feel queasy.

If you are nervous about giving a speech in front of your class, this is an example of a time when you feel queasy about giving a speech.

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Easily troubled.
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Ill at ease; squeamish.
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Causing nausea.
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Affected with nausea.
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Squeamish; qualmish; easily nauseated or disgusted.
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Causing or feeling discomfort; uneasy.
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Difficult to please; fastidious.
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Troublous; hazardous.
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Experiencing nausea; nauseated.
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Easily nauseated.
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Causing nausea; sickening.

The queasy lurch of an airplane during a storm.

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Causing uneasiness.
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Uneasy; troubled.
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Experiencing or causing nausea or uneasiness, often characterized by an unsettled stomach.
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Origin of queasy

From Middle English coysy, possibly from Old Norse kveisa (“boil") (> Norwegian kveise/kvise), perhaps influenced by Anglo-Norman queisier, from Old French coisier (“to wound, hurt, make uneasy").