Etymology
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seasick (adj.)

also sea-sick, "affected with nausea from the motion of a vessel," 1560s, from sea + sick (n.). Related: Seasickness. Middle English se-sik meant "weary of travelling on the sea" (mid-15c.).

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Definitions of seasick

seasick (adj.)
experiencing motion sickness;
Synonyms: airsick / air sick / carsick
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