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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - Motion sickness experienced while traveling on water.

Usage examples (33)
  • "Maybe there is a head or two broken; 'tis mostly what we call seasickness, however."
  • Its called seasickness, duck, and it turns you green.
  • Luckily seasickness is never fatal and next day we were all ready for an excursion to Norham Castle, a very ruinous ruin.
  • She was sure her seasickness was the worst that had ever been known, but we all feel that. for more
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