Synonyms for lovesick

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Do you think, you can teach me anything about lovesick night-wanderers and women?

He tells them how he became “the lovesick boy” first of one and then of another.

She utterly despised weaklings and had no pity for lovesick maidens.

She was no lovesick maid, but a woman of strong, clear perceptions.

I suppose you despise us as a couple of lovesick girls, Sarah?

The tiger, however, was so lovesick that no argument had weight with him.

Well, after all, there is something very moving in a lovesick face.

Above, on the jutting rock, sat the disconsolate, lovesick Truxton.

Thet cowpuncher has been lovesick over you since you were a little girl.

Mr. Bultitude had meant to achieve a double stroke of diplomacy—to undeceive Dulcie and conciliate the lovesick Tipping.

WORD ORIGIN

also love-sick, 1520s, from love (n.) + sick (adj.).

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR LOVESICK

amatory

adjectiveaffectionate, desirous
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