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  • n. Alternative spelling of seasickness.

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Examples

  • Having survived sea-sickness at the first, and never setting foot upon the land so that he never again knew sea-sickness,

    CHAPTER III

  • It was equally evident that Miss West, even during her sea-sickness, had not neglected them.

    CHAPTER XV

  • The rest of the book was one long bout of bondage, sado-masochistic sex and sea-sickness.

    FRIDAY

  • West did not appear, and I was grateful that to my sleeplessness the curse of sea-sickness had not been added.

    CHAPTER XI

  • Heading for the sea-coast, with a haste several sheriff's posses might possibly have explained, and with more nerve than coin of the realm, he succeeded in shipping from a Puget Sound port, and managed to survive the contingent miseries of steerage sea-sickness and steerage grub.

    AT THE RAINBOW'S END

  • First of all he was absurd enough to ask if Possum showed symptoms of sea-sickness.

    CHAPTER XXIX

  • It will help us off the land, and it will put me through my torment of sea-sickness more quickly.

    CHAPTER IX

  • And this is probably why sea-sickness, like cosmopolitanism, has never yet been a high inspiration to song. —

    Quotha

  • For the first, oh, hour and a half, I did pretty well -- once I got over a slight 3-D induced sea-sickness.

    Avatar

  • So he mugs poor Father Kilkenny as he leaves the Holyhead boat one night, takes his dog collar, holy stuff, and the Bushmills single malt the poor man uses to fight the sea-sickness.

    Priest in Kilvarnet

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