seasickness

Part of speech: noun

Nausea, dizziness, and prostration caused by the motion of a vessel.

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Usage examples "seasickness":

  1. Returning from the disposing of the injured man, the M. O. found Barry shivering with the cold, and weak from his recent attack of seasickness. - "The Sky Pilot in No Man's Land", Ralph Connor.
  2. " That's brutal, Gerald," exclaimed Jack, " seasickness is bad enough, without any of your Celtic High School French." - "The Boy Scouts on the Yukon", Ralph Victor.
  3. Mr. Tarbill had suffered very much from seasickness, though he was now recovered. - "Bob the Castaway", Frank V. Webster.