Ad Nauseam Law and Legal Definition

Ad nauseam means disgusting or ridiculous to the extent of causing nausea. When an argument is said to be continued ad nauseam it means that the topic is argued extensively. When matters are argued in an extensive manner in a court it can be provided as proof of assertion. However, not every argument is taken as a proof of assertion. When excessive assertion of a point leads the court out of the topic, the court can ask the counsel to end the argument on the point because it is ad nauseam.