seasick

adjective sea·sick \ ˈsē-ˌsik \

Definition of seasick

: affected with or suggestive of seasickness

Examples of seasick in a Sentence

  1. The storm made her seasick.

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First Known Use of seasick

circa 1566

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SEASICK Defined for English Language Learners

seasick

Definition of seasick for English Language Learners

  • : feeling sick because of the movement of a boat or ship that you are traveling on


SEASICK Defined for Kids

seasick

adjective sea·sick \ ˈsē-ˌsik \

Definition of seasick for Students

: sick in the stomach from the pitching or rolling of a ship

seasickness

noun

Medical Dictionary

seasick

adjective sea·sick \ -ˌsik \

medical Definition of seasick

: affected with seasickness


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