Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • adjective Suffering from motion sickness caused by travel in a motor vehicle.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective feeling nauseous due to the movement of a car or other land vehicle; -- similar to airsick and seasick.

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  • adjective dizzy or feeling nauseated due to riding in a vehicle; suffering from motion sickness

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective experiencing motion sickness

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Examples

  • Meanwhile, one of our kids a different one was carsick enough to toss his cookies, causing the others to shriek.

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  • By the time he finally dropped me off at the picnic, I had missed cocktails (well, not that I would have had one anyway) and felt slightly carsick and distressed.

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  • "An unrestrained pet can be hugely distracting – if he is seeking your attention, putting his face right in front of yours, starts chewing up the upholstery or is vomiting because he is carsick," said Katherine Miller, director of applied science and research for the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

    Pets In The Car: Worse Than Texting While Driving?

  • There was the bee sting, the bitten tongue (my do they bleed), the little stick wedged in her mouth, carsick (throwing up on me at a stop light so I hit the car in front.)

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  • "An unrestrained pet can be hugely distracting – if he is seeking your attention, putting his face right in front of yours, starts chewing up the upholstery or is vomiting because he is carsick," said Katherine Miller, director of applied science and research for the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

    Pets In The Car: Worse Than Texting While Driving?

  • "An unrestrained pet can be hugely distracting – if he is seeking your attention, putting his face right in front of yours, starts chewing up the upholstery or is vomiting because he is carsick," said Katherine Miller, director of applied science and research for the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

    Pets In The Car: Worse Than Texting While Driving?

  • "An unrestrained pet can be hugely distracting – if he is seeking your attention, putting his face right in front of yours, starts chewing up the upholstery or is vomiting because he is carsick," said Katherine Miller, director of applied science and research for the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

    Pets In The Car: Worse Than Texting While Driving?

  • "An unrestrained pet can be hugely distracting – if he is seeking your attention, putting his face right in front of yours, starts chewing up the upholstery or is vomiting because he is carsick," said Katherine Miller, director of applied science and research for the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

    Pets In The Car: Worse Than Texting While Driving?

  • "An unrestrained pet can be hugely distracting – if he is seeking your attention, putting his face right in front of yours, starts chewing up the upholstery or is vomiting because he is carsick," said Katherine Miller, director of applied science and research for the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

    Pets In The Car: Worse Than Texting While Driving?

  • Anyways Mom, Granny, Pap-Paw and Ryan make the drive from Oak Ridge to get me in the middle of the night, Mom got carsick and it was a LONG drive home.

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