seasick medicine makes you crazy, too, especially if you mix it with alcohol.
seasick Steve, in his early seventies, is just entering his glory years.
And now that you mention it, I also got seasick, and had altitude sickness, and had to be rescued a few times.
Anyone who has been seasick can in some measure appreciate our predicament.
The wife of the seasick passenger was about to leave the stateroom for dinner.
Walt, battered and seasick, gave up and collapsed with the rest of us.
An asylum for landsmen who would rather die of drink than be seasick.
seasick persons have been relieved of their nausea by being made to bail a leaking boat from the fear that it would sink.
Richard Blount sent some remedy to the steamer for us, just in case we were seasick.
Every little while one may hear him ask: "Is it better for a seasick man to walk or to sit down?"