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carsickness

[′kär‚sik·nəs]
(medicine)
Motion sickness resulting from acceleratory movements of a train or automobile.
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If you have a dog who gets carsick even after all that, try giving her a ginger snap or two before the ride, and/or ask your vet for medication that will help calm her stomach.
The chocolate lasted longer, but all four boys were carsick on and off for days.
He doesn't mention the time he got carsick on a Chicago expressway, minutes before we arrived at our ritzy relatives' Winnetka home.
When I lost the sight in one eye, my ophthalmologist said I'd no longer get airsick or carsick.
Carsick by John Waters Publisher: Corsair Price: Hardback PS16.
CARSICK by John Waters is published in hardback by Corsair, priced PS16.
Waters's latest book, Carsick, is absolutely hilarious, disgusting, and merciless.
But Carsick is just as much about what didn't happen; nearly two-thirds of the book is taken up by two stories Waters wrote before hitting the road: the porn fantasy "The Best That Could Happen" and the violently dystopian "The Worst That Could Happen.
com/lessons/sinica/the-china-rock-podcast (featuring a panel discussion of the China music scene in which China rock music experts Michael Pettis and Archie Hamilton noted that popular Chinese alternative rock band Carsick Cars had recently earned 90,000 RMB (about $14,400) in less than two months performing at festivals and concerts, and another "top rock band" booked a festival for a fee of "well into six figures [RMB]").
It takes 20 minutes to drive to the venue, Anaheim's Honda Center, which makes Sage carsick.
I've not felt carsick since I was a small boy but pretty soon I'm reacquainted with the feeling--my body knows it's in motion, it just doesn't know which motion.
We could get carsick, stopping for pancakes, until we ran out of planet.