carsickness


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carsickness

[′kär‚sik·nəs]
(medicine)
Motion sickness resulting from acceleratory movements of a train or automobile.
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My son suffers from travel sickness and I find giving him a ginger biscuit during a car journey really helps ward of carsickness.
Other reasons include the cost of petrol (24%), road rage (20%) and carsickness (8%).
AoThe pharmacist, 43, said he often speaks with the women from Myanmar because they come to his shop for carsickness medicine before they set out for long drives with their new husbands.
I'd never had any particular desire to write picture book stories, but I wrote one for my sister as a joke after my dog threw up on me, because I'd forced her to go on some many disastrous drives with us as I tried to cure him of carsickness.