Airsick ( adjective , adjective )

(As an adjective)

Airsick ( adjective )

Feeling sick due to being in an aircraft.

Origin:

In the early 20th century, air travel was new and people began to experience motion sickness due to the motion of the aircraft, leading to the formation of the word.

Examples:

  1. He felt airsick during the turbulent flight.
  2. The airsickness bag was handed out to the passengers before takeoff.
  3. The flight attendant offered him some ginger chews to help with his airsickness.
  4. Being airsick made the long flight even more uncomfortable for him.
  5. Due to the heavy turbulence, many passengers including the writer were airsick.

(As an adjective)

Airsick ( adjective )

Feeling sick due to being in an aircraft.

Origin:

In the early 20th century, air travel was new and people began to experience motion sickness due to the motion of the aircraft, leading to the formation of the word.

Examples:

  1. He felt airsick during the turbulent flight.
  2. The airsickness bag was handed out to the passengers before takeoff.
  3. The flight attendant offered him some ginger chews to help with his airsickness.
  4. Being airsick made the long flight even more uncomfortable for him.
  5. Due to the heavy turbulence, many passengers including the writer were airsick.
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