Examples of homesick in a Sentence
He was homesick when he went to college.
She was homesick for her mother's cooking.
Recent Examples of homesick from the Web
For Trump, the elevation may provide a homesick New Yorker a reminder of his old aerie in Manhattan.
Hunker down with more of those expats at Fika, set up by three homesick young women to serve IKEA-beating dishes like kottbullar (meatballs) and cinnamon rolls.
Host families were afraid that the young women would become homesick or have trouble adjusting over their eighteen-month stay, but largely the young women reported feeling the opposite.
The conjecture is born out of Conte's own comments about wanting to head back to his homeland, and many media outlets have run with reports that the 48-year-old is homesick and wishes to leave west London.
Another kid got homesick and disguised it with fake-actual-sick.
Their homesick songs about the Veracruz town of Tenampa are beloved throughout Mexico. Soul Central 2903 Central Ave.
In the 19th century, a samurai took Kayano’s grandfather to work in a herring camp: the homesick boy chopped off one of his fingers, hoping his Wajin masters would send him home.
But for this homesick Aussie, nothing really beats the jaffle.
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