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QUEASY

An early system on the IBM 701.

[Listed in CACM 2(5):16 (May 1959)].
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You had a slap-up meal last night and feel queasy on waking up.
But then I feel equally queasy about those feckless woman - and men - who effortlessly churn out countless kids they are incapable of looking after properly.
2 : full of doubt : uneasy <I have a queasy feeling I'm being watched.
The new 007 does not like guns, speedboats make him queasy and he can only drive an automatic car.
Such feverish, virtuosic monumentality is brought up short by humble, queasy green structures (huts, a rustic bridge), rendered with the flat precision of a fairy-tale illustration, that stake out patches of human territory.
Earthworms may make you queasy, but they can be safe to eat when cooked.
What television broadcasts don't reveal are the stress and the queasy off-balance feeling as if standing on the deck of a ship rolling in a heavy sea; the vertigo; the loss of trust in the floor under your feet.
Systems management and integration tasks are a continuing challenge--and what technician doesn't get a little queasy when the CEO calls in a panic needing a backup restored before the board meeting in fifteen minutes?
If you're still queasy, take an over-the-counter med like Dramamine before buckling up.
The tale of Dorian, who sells his soul to arrest his physical aging, has always held a queasy fascination for the gay community, and now three gifted gay talents are coming together to retell Dorian's story in dance.
queasy Katy is still lusting after nurse Martin - is she serious?