Definition of seasick in English:

seasick

Line breaks: sea|sick
Pronunciation: /ˈsiːsɪk
 
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adjective

Suffering from sickness or nausea caused by the motion of a ship at sea: she felt appallingly seasick on any small craft
More example sentences
  • Though a good general, Medina Sidonia had never been to sea before and when he did get on board his ship, he got seasick.
  • I get seasick, air-sick and used to get terribly car-sick as a child.
  • For example, a person on a boat who starts to feel seasick should immediately watch the horizon.

Derivatives

seasickness

noun
More example sentences
  • I hated the whole journey there, complaining first of seasickness, then sickness of riding my horse, and finally just plain sickness of travelling.
  • I also began to throw up because of seasickness.
  • And don't let seasickness put you off travelling.

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