On Pushing Daisies, her Olive Snook was lonely, lovesick, and brokenhearted, while still positively hysterical.
lovesick, perhaps; pale cheek—sunken eye—never told his love; but let—Shakspeare—I'm his man!
Do you think, you can teach me anything about lovesick night-wanderers and women?
The incident is the subject of a song, in which the lovesick damsel bewails the fate of her lover.
She utterly despised weaklings and had no pity for lovesick maidens.
He tells them how he became “the lovesick boy” first of one and then of another.
Mr. Bultitude had meant to achieve a double stroke of diplomacy—to undeceive Dulcie and conciliate the lovesick Tipping.
Else plays the lovesick girl, Bertel on the other hand the virtuous one whose respect for the burgomaster knows no bounds.
The lovesick King replied in the first of those extraordinary love-letters of his which have so often been printed.
More than the strains of the lovesick waltz beat in the girl's veins to-night.