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seasickness

noun as in sickness at sea

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The last two major categories were seasickness, which affected less than half of the rowers, and gastrointestinal problems, which affected about a quarter of the subjects.

Noise, although an auditory phenomenon, is strangely related to seasickness, a result of the odd conjoining of the auditory and vestibular systems.

It can get mighty windy out here, which creates chop, so anyone prone to seasickness might consider popping Dramamine before boarding.

Nor is seasickness an issue, because of the wonder-drug Meclizine, sold as Sea Calm.

But everything I read said women like me, who got seasickness, altitude sickness, motion sickness, were more likely to suffer HG.

And there, to be frank, she forgot her fright in as bitter a tribute of seasickness as even the channel has ever exacted.

The voyager embarks, and is in all probability confined to his cabin, suffering under the dreadful protraction of seasickness.

I do not know whether it was the result of seasickness, or what it was, but everything in Hati looked crooked.

Neither would suffer further from seasickness, they felt sure.

He was weak and wretched with long seasickness and loss of sleep, and staggered as he walked along the wharf like a drunken man.

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On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to seasickness, such as: dizziness, nausea, queasiness, mal de mer, and wooziness.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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