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  • noun Alternative spelling of seasickness.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • 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

  • 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

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

    superversive: Quotha

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

    CHAPTER XXIX

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

    CHAPTER XI

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

    CHAPTER XV

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

    CHAPTER III

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

    FRIDAY

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

    CHAPTER IX

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