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airsick

(âr′sĭk′)
adj.
Suffering from airsickness.

airsickness

(ar'sik?nes)
A form of motion sickness marked by dizziness, nausea, vomiting, headache, or drowsiness that occurs during travel in aircraft. airsick, adjective.
See: motion sickness; seasickness
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No significant difference in sightability occurred between 9 groups available to be seen when [greater than or equal to] 1 observer was airsick and 118 groups available to be seen when no observer was ill ([G.sub.1] = 1.6, P = 0.20).
Mustin, got airsick. "The flight," wrote one reporter, "which ranks well up among the longest on record, was over a course never before traversed by aircraft and the aviators arrived here with a record of only one forced landing." These long-range capabilities were put to use in fleet maneuvers as well with the Fleet Air Detachment, Pacific Fleet.
Those patients wore scissors on a string around their necks in case they became airsick. We would cut the wires so they could breathe.
There's no way I could keep him from getting airsick (yes, Sully, for once my flying was smooth), but, since his flight suit was drenched before we strapped in the plane, I should've been alarmed.
'He felt giddy, asphyxiated, as if suffering from motion discomfort, though he was never airsick and the plane was, after all, on the ground.
EVICTED Big Brother contestant Amma is delighted after landing a role as a radio travel reporter - but praying she does not get airsick.
A MUM of two has been left permanently airsick after stepping off a plane eight years ago.
The attorney had upchucked in those old rough-riding, noisy planes so many times that Knobby had airsick bags printed with his I name on them.
Witnesses said violence broke out a dad caring for his airsick toddler son bumped into another passenger.
Several of the crew chiefs got airsick, but the only real problem was that we were observed and reported.
And "unable" doesn't mean "impossible;" if you're apprehensive about shock cooling or airsick passengers, use the "U" word.