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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.
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.
We were among almost 400 passengers who felt no ill effects but those that were seasick managed to make the news with their tales of woe.
A CRUISE ship faced mutiny after seasick passengers were told they could not dock due to rough sea conditions.
Katee Kross said she was scouted last year after being spotted on stage at Wembley with blues star Seasick Steve.
Afraid not," he told a fan who asked if he actually got seasick while filming Season 3.
SEASICK STEVE - KEEPIN' THE HORSE BETWEEN ME AND THE GROUND HHH HH THERE may have been some recent doubt cast on the veracity of Seasick Steve's pre-fame years as a homeless troubadour, but his new double album, Keepin' The Horse Between You And The Ground, is full of authentic roots Americana.
In April, the threesome supported blues legend Seasick Steve, playing 14 major venues throughout the UK and gaining many new fans along the way.
He began his career at a time when most people are thinking about putting their feet up but Seasick Steve looks to have plenty more miles on the clock as he hit St David's Hall in Cardiff on the latest leg of a punishing tour.
BLUES singer Seasick Steve and ex-Formula 1 world champion Kimi Raikkonen can expect to be hit by a 'hammer blow' next month.
I think the most memorable time was when I was holding hands with someone I'd only met two days before, while being seasick.
Seasick Steve American blues musician Seasick Steve played the festival at the inaugural Stockton Weekender in 2011.