Crossword clues for seasick
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Seasick \Sea"sick`\, a. Affected with seasickness.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
a. Suffering from sickness, nausea or dizziness due to the motion of a ship at sea.
Seasick may refer to:
- Seasickness, a form of motion sickness characterized by a feeling of nausea and, in extreme cases, vertigo experienced after spending time on a craft on water
- Seasick (album), the first album (1996) by indie rock band Imperial Teen
- "Seasick" (song), a single (2011) by the alt rock band Silversun Pickups
- Seasick Steve, Blues musician
- An alternative title for the 1996 Sweden- Finland- France film Merisairas
Seasick is the debut studio album by the American indie rock band Imperial Teen, released on May 7, 1996 by Slash Records. The album received generally positive reviews from critics.
"Seasick" is a single by the American alternative rock band Silversun Pickups. The single was released in a 10" vinyl record format on November 25, 2011 for Record Store Day's "Back to Black Friday" event through Dangerbird Records. A digital version was released on December 13, 2011. The single's A-side and two B-sides are previously unreleased tracks that were originally recorded during the Swoon sessions.
Usage examples of "seasick".
Pale-faced people spring from their seats and precipitate themselves toward the door, and each old sailor breathes more freely as his seasick neighbor rushes from his side, leaving him plenty of elbowroom and a command over the mustard.
You put one in, with a big GEE logo painted across it, and the minicam crews hang around and film the seasick plant workers struggling to remove it.
Silk sheets were great to dream about but always slidey when you needed four-wheel traction, and the damn water mattress made her almost seasick, zigging when it should zag.
The seas rolled and tossed the canoes in such a manner this evening that several of our party were seasick.
Once you're really seasick, Dramamine doesn't do a (bleeped) bit of good.
The admiral's barge had sheered off and the Hotspur's boat took its place, with Hornblower not too seasick and nervous to worry about the way it was handled, in case it did not reflect credit on his ship.
At the start of the voyage, when the ketch had wallowed in a smart chop in the Gulf Stream, Owen had been deathly seasick He rallied once they entered the region of calms, but still preferred to spend most of his time below, playing portentous selections by Mahler and Stravinsky on his implanted micromductor He was cool to the four youngsters and they in turn maintained a diplomatic aloofness from him It was impossible for them to believe that this frail aesthete had once directed a rebel armada in a near-successful strike against the Galactic Milieu.
Most of them were seasick, too, a condition contributed to by the sickness and stink of those who got sick first, and by the honey pots.
And forward two hundred seasick landsmen were being driven pitilessly to their tasks by overbearing petty officers.
Suppose you're seasick, and given both an acupressure bracelet and 50 milligrams of meclizine.
Reverend Hale beat the table more loudly, so that all the seasick missionaries could hear the argument, whether they wished to or not.
After that all the well people walked arm-in-arm up and down the long promenade deck, enjoying the fine summer mornings, and the seasick ones crawled out and propped themselves up in the lee of the paddle-boxes and ate their dismal tea and toast, and looked wretched.
She still felt seasick occasionally, especially when the wind got up and the ship plunged heavily over the crests of the gray-green waves, and then it was Pantalaimon's job to distract her from it by skimming the waves as a stormy petrel.