heartsickness heartsickness


  • (n) feeling downcast and disheartened and hopeless


  1. But Rimes either knows the heartsickness behind country songs or can fake it brilliantly.
  2. Rabin joins the ranks of such men, and that is why his assassination causes such heartsickness.
  3. Actually, Irvine is an emotional neuter except for the heartsickness he feels when Greek mulcts Greek.


  • Column: Love letter’s message stands test of time - Mon, 26 Aug 2013 PST

    A reader who lives on the South Hill was doing some remodeling when he discovered, folded in the ceiling of the basement rec room, a love letter likely written in the 1960s. A girl named Terri wrote it to a guy named Dan. The letter is precious, filled with heartsickness. The two teens appeared to have been separated by distance and, perhaps, by disapproving parents.
    on August 26, 2013     Source: The Spokesman-Review

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