The gold miners, untouched by mal de mer, sang jolly songs and played cards to amuse themselves.
What methods did they adopt to counteract the discomfort of mal de mer?
Had our friend, Colonel Pinchard, been with us, he would have had some reason to complain of the mal de mer.
It seemed to them like a personal affront for anyone not to succumb to mal de mer.
He only wishes to emphasise his own immunity from mal de mer, and blow the smoke of his disgusting pipe into your face.
Faces fell, for soldiers, like other mortals, fall victims to mal de mer.
I soon began in right earnest to feel what the French call "mal de mer."
Ezra's smile faded to a look that suggested a complication of homesickness and mal de mer.
In the midst of my first mal de mer, I was amused by the appearance on board of one of my fellow-passengers.
But he knows, no matter how horribly he suffers from mal de mer, he will receive no sympathy.
mal de mer (māl' də mâr')