seasick


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seasick

suffering from nausea and dizziness caused by the motion of a ship at sea
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"I am very glad that all the Sloanes get seasick as soon as they go on water," thought Anne mercilessly.
"It was a gale, and I was seasick. 'Guess I must have rolled over the rail."
Least of all when his excuse is thet he's seasick."
The yacht heeled over almost on her beam ends, and a great wail went up from the seasick passengers as they swept across the cabin floor in a tangled mass and piled into a heap in the starboard bunks.
SHE was branded moody, but today we can reveal why the Duchess of Cambridge looked out of sorts at Trooping the Colour - riding in horse-drawn carriages makes her seasick.
MARKING his first UK tour in three years, American blues musician Seasick Steve is back in the country for a brand new tour.
It's a lot easier and I don't get headaches or seasick.
Regular and additional ferry services were operated on Tuesday morning to transport nearly 1,000 vacationers back to Fugang Port in Taitung County from Orchid Island and Green Island, but quite a few of them were seasick due to the choppy waters, reports said.
Seasick Stage: A[cedilla] Captain Kudzu___ 2:15 p.m.-2:45 p.m.
In the meantime, Shaun gets his nose shrunk, Roy has an accident, and Russell tries to swim but gets seasick.
It's true that some passengers were seasick. Nobody was throwing up out of windows as was reported.
A CRUISE ship faced mutiny after seasick passengers were told they could not dock due to rough sea conditions.