1. motion sickness experienced while traveling by air (especially during turbulence)
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How To Use airsickness In A Sentence

  • I looked at the pocket in the seat in front of me and noted the exact location of the white tabs of my airsickness bag, sticking up from behind the airline magazines. Every little thing in the world
  • I was rummaging through my pocket in search of airsickness pills and looking down at the barren brownish plain, only occasionally dissected with dirt tracks.
  • I am airsick, and when I asked a medic for airsickness pills he gave them to me, I took them, and then I became so sleepy it was unbearable.
  • All that airsickness, all those pills I had to ingest to force sleep so that I would be rested for the next leg of my and all those tiresome passengers I had to appease, had been worth enduring to give my mother this gift. Carole Mallory: A Reunion And A Flirtation In Sixties Hong Kong
  • He also researched airsickness, and the effects of heat in the confined spaces of tanks and ships.
  • Some simulators ape the motions of flight faithfully enough to induce vertigo and airsickness. The Dream Machine
  • The severity of my airsickness could have been avoided if I had spoken up sooner.
  • The human surgeon is equipped with an airsickness bag. Robot and human surgeons compare micro-gravity operating skills
  • I wonder if they deliver with airsickness style bags, just incase the culinary adventure turns into a culinary disaster? Embark On A Rare Culinary Adventure With Edible | Impact Lab
  • Although George began training as a pilot, he had to give up because of airsickness.
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