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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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Carsick can be tedious, but Waters is never unlikable.
Driving anywhere from our old town we had traveled The Wilderness Road, a winding two lane with occasional passing zones marked by dotted lines and mountaintop pull offs where passengers were invariably carsick.
The company's new development at Carsick Hill Road in Sheffield consists of five new homes that will be built to CSH code level 3 and will include photo-voltaic panels on the roof, upgraded insulation and high performance double glazing units.
The only thing I worry about is getting sick because I get carsick.
Like people, dogs can get carsick, and the physical malady can create anxiety and foster an aversion to car rides.
Avoid feeding your dog prior to travel as it can make them carsick.
Aside from my fourth-grade class trip to Six Flags, I've neither been carsick nor afraid of heights--but I've also never made the 90-minute journey through the Sierra Bermeja Mountains to the ancient cliffside village of Ronda, a Spanish gem that is decidedly worth a touch of queasiness.
An unhealthy or carsick puppy makes a poor student.
Cleo always gets carsick but when she eats a batch of pancakes before taking a ride to a party, a terrible thing happens?
Get lost in a good book--if you don't get carsick when you read
OLIVIA (Turns off the music): Sorry, I get carsick.
Tokarz remembers getting carsick to rock songs from the '80s as a kid, but she, too, loves the show.