I wanted you to see the last of that town under a cloud, so you might not be homesick so soon.
I guess, Tom, that we will be kept too busy to get homesick.
If I hadn't been just going I'd have been too homesick for words.
He was going to be homesick for that cottage and its contents.
And now I'm going to bed—well, not homesick, you know, but just 'longing a lil bit for all.'
For the first time in her life she realized what it meant to be homesick.
And he had been homesick, or fancied himself in that condition.
She died,” was the sorrowful reply; “I guess she was homesick.
"We can't get too homesick for old Addington while we have you to look at," said he.
To homesick Robin he brought news of the family who mourned him as dead.