How to say a sudden wave of sickness overpowered him. in Japanese

1)突然突然(totsuzen) (adj-na,adj-no,adv) abrupt/sudden/unexpected/all at onceの(no) (prt) indicates possessive/nominalizes verbs and adjectives/substitutes for "ga" in subordinate phrases/indicates a confident conclusion/ indicates emotional emphasis/indicates question吐き気吐き気(hakike) (n) nausea/sickness in the stomachが(ga) (prt) indicates sentence subject/indicates possessive/but/however/still/and彼(kare) (ok) that , or something understood without naming it directly)/that person/over there/hey/eh?/thatは(ha) (int) indicating a subject/yes/indeed/well/ha!/what?/huh?/sigh抑え抑え(osae) (n) weight/rear guard/control/check/pressureきれなかったno dictionary result, likely a conjigated verbno dictionary result, likely a conjigated verb。(。) Japanese period "."    
totsuzen no hakike ga kareha osae kirenakatta 。
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