airsick

[air-sik]

Origin of airsick

First recorded in 1775–85; air1 + sick1
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Examples from the Web for airsick

Historical Examples of airsick

  • Jenkins had been airsick once and didn't want any more of the same.

    Castle of Terror

    E.J. Liston


British Dictionary definitions for airsick

airsick

adjective
  1. sick or nauseated from travelling in an aircraft
Derived Formsairsickness, noun
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