mountain sickness, on the other hand, may be of either kind, though not of both at once.
There was no nausea or headache or any other symptom of “mountain sickness.”
Even old hands like me are not free from mountain sickness, though it seizes us at higher altitudes than we shall reach to-day.
The number of victims of mountain sickness at Gnatong was considerable.
A fire was kindled and the tea-kettle put on, but our appetites were poor, as we were suffering from mountain sickness.
The altitude of the rim of the canyon was 16,000 feet; the mules showed signs of acute distress from mountain sickness.
Kronecker concludes that mountain sickness is caused by a congestion of the lungs, impeding the flow of blood through them.
Presently, a dreadful sense of weakness seized him, that mountain sickness which produces the same effects as sea-sickness.
Meantime my mountain sickness tuned up something fierce, and I sat down on a big rock to wait for it to ease down.
I was a bit weak after my attack of mountain sickness, and stuck to my pony's back the whole way.
mountain sickness moun·tain sickness (moun'tən)
Altitude sickness brought on by the diminished oxygen pressure at mountain elevations.