lovesickness : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  a pining for a loved one

  • The echo of Holiday in Peyroux's voice tells the listener that her lovesickness is not the first case, or the last.
  • He takes his attractiveness for granted, breaks hearts out of thoughtlessness rather than malice, and has developed no antibodies against lovesickness.
  • An article on "Erotomania," for example, turned out to be a scholarly study of lovesickness by Psychologist Theodor (Listening with the Third Ear) Reik.

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