heartsick


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full of sorrow

without or almost without hope

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I felt overwhelmed and heartsick as she portrayed her message through her dance.
He writes, "The music reflects the dramatic and conflicted nature of my experiences in Israel [in 1993 Friedman served as Guest Principal Trumpet of the Israel Philharmonic and professor of trumpet at Tel Aviv University], where I was inspired by the noblest of human aspirations and made heartsick by the shattering of dreams.
Two years it's been - two long years of fevered, heartsick speculation as to how the infamous sleuth managed to fake his own death after swan-diving off the roof of St Bart's hospital in London in the cliff-hanging climax to series two.
We are heartsick," the zoo said in one of a number of tweets sent in response to concerned messages.
I was heartsick when I read the news that Pope Francis approved the excommunication of Fr.
The abrupt move, which took effect in July, has left Canadian adoptive parents heartsick and religious leaders baffled.
I raced across the bridge, saw the smoke and fire trucks and l was heartsick.
And so it will be with Boston and its magnificent marathon, and with all those who have been so heartsick over the bombing.
I'm heartsick that our nation is falling apart right before our eyes.
Women, heartsick over sons, husbands and fathers lost to previous flare-ups, unite to distract their men with clever ruses, from faking a miracle to hiring a troop of Ukrainian dancers.
Far from Heaven will receive a "preview production" at Massachusetts's Williamstown Theatre Festival July 19-29, with plucky Broadway star Kelli O'Hara as heartsick homemaker Cathy Whitaker, the role Julianne Moore created on film.
We were heartsick for family and friends in Libya and determined to support the revolution to end Gaddafi's oppression.
The arrival of a new generation of homegrown heroes such as Lydiate, Halfpenny and Warburton has re-ignited a fire in the bellies of folk, many of whom remember only too well the habitual heartsick sight of the wooden spoon and yet another tournament exited in defeat.
Even for those of us who, like me, are still heartsick over a long-dead black dog, it's time to man up and get a new retriever.
Women heartsick over sons, husbands and fathers lost to previous flare-ups unite to distract their men with clever ruses, from faking a miracle to hiring a troop of Ukrainian strippers.