Definition of Airsick. Meaning of Airsick. Synonyms of Airsick

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Definition of Airsick

Airsick
Airsick Air`sick`, a. Affected with a["e]rial sickness. -- Air"sick`ness, n.

Meaning of Airsick from wikipedia

- Airsickness is a sensation which is induced by air travel. It is a specific form of motion sickness, and is considered a normal response in healthy individuals...
- A sickness bag (also known as a sick sack, airsick bag, airsickness bag, emesis bag, sick bag, barf bag, vomit bag, disposal bag, waste bag or motion sickness...
- about two thirds of the p****engers, these flights produce nausea due to airsickness, giving the plane its nickname "vomit comet". The Canadian Space Agency...
- short-lived". Some collectible ephemera are advertising trade cards, airsickness bags, bookmarks, catalogues, greeting cards, letters, pamphlets, postcards...
- No. Title Length 1. "Airsick" 3:58 2. "Years" 2:52 3. "Thaw" 5:59 4. "Joy" 3:27 5. "MK Ultra" 4:17 6. "Wow" 1:23 7. "Carc****" 4:30 8. "Holoday" 1:50 9...
- the craft or movement while the craft is immersed in water. As with airsickness, it can be difficult to visually detect motion even if one looks outside...
- checkpoint at LAX. After boarding the plane, Burke wrote a message on an airsickness bag, but it is not known if he gave the message to Thomson to read before...
- ****ual abuse Psychological abuse Travel Motion sickness Seasickness Airsickness Space adaptation syndrome Adverse effect Hy****nsitivity Anaphylaxis...
- Suu Kyi unexpectedly left after 15 minutes, because of exhaustion and airsickness. In an official campaign speech broadcast on Burmese state television's...
- of the 44th Indian Airborne Division in India. Urquhart was prone to airsickness and had never commanded or, for that matter, been a member of an airborne...
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