Examples from the Web for homesick
I also found that Hofbräu-Festzelt is the tent of choice for homesick English-speakers.
If she is at all uncomfortable or homesick, Lamb promises to take her to the nearest airport and send her back to her mom.
Who it helps: Homesick troops, many of them on their second, third, or even fourth deployment.
She was homesick, lonely, and longed to return to the movies—a proposal nixed by the Monegasques and her spouse.
He remembered how homesick he had been the first summer he had spent in Oxford, and how he had longed to go back.The Youth of Parnassus and Other Stories|Logan Pearsall Smith
Your letter made me homesick, and when you told of the orchards by Fresh Pond I hung my head for melancholy.The Letters of Henry James (volume I)|Henry James
Of course I had been homesick at first, while we were prisoners, before I had Ellador.Herland|Charlotte Perkins Stetson Gilman
That little fool of a Campia is the most complete cry-baby and the most homesick little wretch I ever saw or heard of.The Unwilling Vestal|Edward Lucas White
For the first time in her life Elsie Marley was homesick—and for a stranger!Elsie Marley, Honey|Joslyn Gray
British Dictionary definitions for homesick
Word Origin and History for homesick
1798, back-formation from homesickness.