seasickness

[ UK /sˈiːsɪknəs/ ]
NOUN
  1. motion sickness experienced while traveling on water
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How To Use seasickness In A Sentence

  • I hated the whole journey there, complaining first of seasickness, then sickness of riding my horse, and finally just plain sickness of travelling.
  • When you throw up this time you can't blame it on seasickness.
  • The floor felt unreliable beneath her bare soles, and she felt oddly queasy: a strange reversal of seasickness. GALILEE
  • As the breeze changed into a south-western gale, few of the passengers escaped seasickness.
  • Polly looked away, her stomach churning with a nausea that couldn't be blamed solely on hunger or seasickness.
  • Several vinegar carrot will increase the appetite and relieve the car sickness and seasickness.
  • Many divers suffer from seasickness, but throwing up before a dive loses lots of fluids.
  • Someone dared to broach the subject of seasickness at the breakfast table, and a few pasty faces glowered at the culprit.
  • The tea is a stimulant for digestive disorders and is particularly beneficial in the case of seasickness.
  • For all that she had the outer trappings of a social butterfly, they imperfectly concealed the heart of a Visigoth, and she consorted merrily with the Captain in rough weather, while her husband spent the trip laid low by seasickness. On Doris Lessing « Tales from the Reading Room
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