[ UK /lˈʌvsɪk/ ]
  1. languishing because of love
    strong men behaving like lovesick boys
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How To Use lovesick In A Sentence

  • I know you’re not a bigot or a xenophobiac under that wolf’s mask," she said, "so maybe I won’t say anything to S’Parva if you stop prowling the corridors at night like some lovesick tomcat. Killing Time
  • Now the wind to flowers do not open,only a lovesickness.
  • I whispered to myself as a lovesick middle schooler would do.
  • Lovesick [5369] Chaerea, when he came from Pamphila's house, and had not so good welcome as he did expect, was all amort, Parmeno meets him, quid tristis es? Anatomy of Melancholy
  • The result: timeless songs full of jangling guitars and giggling vocals and lyrics about being a lovesick butterfingers in a world of emotional icebergs.
  • David Duchovny reprises the role of Moody, the bawdy, cocksure and terminally lovesick belletrist transplanted from his native New York to Venice Beach. Rob Fishman: Californication Season 3: Sneak Peek And Review
  • Her feelings were enough to deal with, but hearing him babble like a lovesick teenager pushed her way over the edge.
  • A compound of imbecility and baseness, yet an object of commiseration: an unmanly, blubbering, lovesick, querulous creature; a soldier, whining, piping and besprent with tears, destitute of any good quality to gain esteem, or any brilliant trait or interesting circumstance to relieve an actor under the weight of representing him. The Mirror of Taste, and Dramatic Censor, Vol. I, No. 4, April 1810
  • Now the wind to flowers do not open,only a lovesickness.
  • Just hearing his voice was making me feel all dopey and lovesick.
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