carsick


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carsick

(kär′sĭk′)
adj.
Suffering from motion sickness caused by travel in a motor vehicle.

car′sick′ness n.
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Is Carsick really a hitchhiking travelogue--or is it mostly made of Waters's vulgar cinematic fantasies?
Planning permission has been granted by Sheffield City Council for the development of five luxury homes in a Conservation Area within the leafy suburb of Carsick, west of Sheffield City Centre.
I spent a lot of time in the back of a clapped-out old van getting carsick.
At one school in Merritt, after an hour-and-a-half's drive in two cars through twisting mountainous roads that left me feeling rather carsick, I fell asleep in a noisy lunch-time staff room, only to awake a half-hour later to an empty room and the realization that my talk was to begin right NOW.
If they don't get carsick, let them have handheld computers, games, books or iPods.
By now, my daughter was carsick, my son was on the verge of tears and my husband had banned Horrid Henry tapes in favour of the cricket commentary.
As such, it is not suitable for carsick children or monster RVs.
Endless drives round twisting roads left no plastic bag in the car unused by my poor, carsick son strapped into the back seat.
Tracy Miller, one of six performers who share three vampire roles in Dracula, agrees, even though she normally gets carsick and seasick, and tends to avoid heights and rollercoasters.
He had been feeling carsick and leaned out of the window passing roadworks on the A23 at Hooley near Coulsden, Surrey.