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I assume this is a typo for TRACTHOME, entered incorrectly in the past, or maybe a transformation theme entry that slipped through the cracks.
I don’t think I’ve ever heard this word used, though the concept is certainly familiar. The RTD trains in Denver have seats that face forward and backward, and it is not uncommon for an oncoming passenger to request a rearrangement in order to get a forward seat. The reason cited is “motion sickness” or “nausea” — never trainsickness. Does anyone else hear this word in common usage?
Dictionaries list this as a variant of the noun “turnaround.” I’d be tempted to clue it as a variant of the verb phrase “turn around.” Dictionaries don’t sanction that usage, but I think it’s more common in everyday speech. In any case, it’s a crossword entry to avoid.
This variant was new to me. The more common TSETSEFLY received a 70 score.