heartsick : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • s  full of sorrow
  • s  without or almost without hope
    too heartsick to fight back

  • Tripp, she said, "is heartsick.
  • And while she writes from the perspective of a heartsick teen, her songs are undeniably direct.
  • As a pouty, heartsick soft-porn screenwriter who moves to Michigan to take care of his grandmother, Brody winds up making out with both the hot mom across the street (Meg Ryan) and .

  • Hillary Rodham Clinton in USA Today
    We are just heartsick at this loss of life in the line of duty,a subdued Clinton told reporters after the Dallas rally.
  • Martha Stewart in Ottawa Business Journal
    I am heartsick about my personal legal situation -- and deeply sorry for the pain and difficulties it has caused our employees,Stewart said in a statement on Monday. "I look forward to continuing to collaborate on a wide range of creative...

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