heartache[ hahrt-eyk ]SEE DEFINITION OF heartache
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HEARTACHE
True, there were hot days and restless nights, weary feet, and now and then a heartache.
He himself had gone through loneliness and heartache, and the shadow was still on him.
If I'd seen you caring for Monny, I should have found some medicine to cure my heartache.
War and suffering and heartache and trouble seemed a long, long way off.
And then, alone once more, all his misery and heartache returned.
Only to lie down on the earth and know no more, with all the heartache over.
I forgot the heartache which makes up the rest of the price.
He spoke with a purposed sternness, but with something of a heartache, too.
That pain is a heartache, and the heartache comes from ingratitude.
Her face was a little wan, and in the deep eyes was shadowed a heartache.