Definition of Air sick
1. Adjective. Experiencing motion sickness.
Similar to: Ill, Sick
Derivative terms: Air Sickness, Air Sickness, Airsickness, Car Sickness, Seasickness
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Literary usage of Air sick
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1. The Oxford Medicine by Henry Asbury Christian, James Mackenzie (1920)
"The nervous, high strung type of individual is more apt to be air-sick than ... The passenger, for pilots are rarely air-sick, should avoid eating rich or ..."
2. That which Hath Wings: A Novel of the Day by Richard Dehan (1918)
"They say you've got to begin young. And my legs wobbled and the ground rocked a bit when I got down on it. But I wasn't air-sick at all." "Air-sick. ..."
3. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1862)
"Surely, it is worth while to be sea-sick—or, more accurately, air-sick—for such experiences as these. Something more than air-sickness has to be encountered ..."