I noticed you were laughing, and no one with mal-de-mer can laugh!
I understand some fool urged her to try this as a preventive of mal-de-mer.
The mal-de-mer had been rather bad, he said, and he had not been able to eat since.
If you are subject to mal-de-mer, his seas will make you onaisy.
Yes, I find I have a guest to share my cabin with me, and he has begun by yielding to an attack of mal-de-mer.
It was hysteria, or I had never seen hysteria, and the mal-de-mer had been merely provocative.
Even in mid-ocean the "wireless" will bring you news of her mal-de-mer.
He went below, and, climbing painfully into his hammock, gave himself over to misery and mal-de-mer.
mal de mer (māl' də mâr')