I guess it was the homesickness, after all, that made me blue.
She'd die of homesickness, and I know she'll never consent to leave me.
Northwick gave a gasp in the anguish of homesickness the words brought upon him.
“When our lords have once been seized with homesickness, then we may hold them no longer,” said they.
I only wish I too by any amount of weeping and homesickness could earn as much.
I surrendered to the wave of homesickness that swept over me.
When the waves of regret and homesickness come I cheer myself with thoughts of Italy.
Gorman too, in his own way, suffered from homesickness and had fits of irritation.
The sight of Porter and the mention of Clarkson brought his homesickness to an acute stage.
It was not extravagance, but homesickness, that tormented him.
1756, translating German heimweh, from Heim "home" + Weh "woe, pain;" the compound is from Swiss dialect, expressing the longing for the mountains. The word was introduced to other European languages 17c. by Swiss mercenaries.