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Suffering from motion sickness caused by travel in a motor vehicle.

car′sick′ness n.


nauseated from riding in a car or other vehicle
ˈcarˌsickness n



ill with motion sickness during automobile travel.
car′sick`ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.carsick - experiencing motion sicknesscarsick - experiencing motion sickness  
ill, sick - affected by an impairment of normal physical or mental function; "ill from the monotony of his suffering"


[ˈkaːˌsɪk] adj to be carsicksoffrire il mal d'auto
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The long drives took a toll on the entire family -- but Valerie especially -- who often felt carsick due to the cancer treatments.
I threw up in my Uber because, one, I was carsick, and two, I was having a panic attack.
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Then there was the assignment in Qatar, where I went "dune bashing," as the locals call it, and became so carsick that after only a few ups and downs in our SUV, the driver insisted on turning back.
When I start to feel carsick on the ride back to his hotel, he channels a Lamaze coach, saying, "You're doing great.
It may be the first time she's separated from her mom and littermates, and the stress of the separation and movement of the car can cause her to get carsick.
I'd been in India for a day and half and I had seen nothing but the insides of airports and trains and cafes and now I was carsick.
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All this history that reached right down to me as a seven-, eight-, nine-year-old girl, slightly carsick on the ride each Sunday morning to Hebrew School in Portland, Maine.