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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhomesickhome‧sick /ˈhəʊmˌsɪk $ ˈhoʊm-/ ●●○ adjective  SAD/UNHAPPYfeeling unhappy because you are a long way from your homesee thesaurus at sadhomesickness noun [uncountable]
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homesickAs we passed through Yorkshire I was terrified - and a little homesick.One is home all the time, but feeling homesick.In Sheffield he was homesick and missed his girl friend.He is homesick and very much wants to return to the church.They were both gazing out of the window like homesick boys, as if desperately wishing to be elsewhere.Sampras confessed that he was homesick for America after five weeks in Europe.They were both gazing out of the window like a couple of homesick kids.They're not only caused by foreign species planted by homesick Midwesterners.Or Al Davis' homesick pangs.We all felt exceedingly homesick that night as we lay under the clouds and in the mud.Most people get homesick the first time they leave home.My sister was very homesick when she first went to college.
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