Definition of seasick
: affected with or suggestive of seasickness
Examples of seasick in a Sentence
The storm made her seasick.
Recent Examples of seasick from the Web
My mom convinced us to spend our day in Cozumel seeing Mayan ruins, while everyone else got seasick doing upside down shots at Señor Frogs.
Waves can easily top 30 feet and turn the hardiest sailors into seasick wretches.
This ship, shown here in Wellington harbor, was actually one of four Ventures used in the movie: There were also two miniatures and, since Peter Jackson gets seasick, a full-size set built on the studio parking lot.
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First Known Use of seasick
SEASICK Defined for English Language Learners
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
Definition of seasick for Students
: sick in the stomach from the pitching or rolling of a ship
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