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a longing to return home

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It's all submerged under a great, swamping wave of loneliness and homesickness.
Priscilla's gay chatter had the intended effect of cheering her up; homesickness vanished for the time being, and did not even return in full force when she finally found herself alone in her little bedroom.
But I won't think about it -- that way homesickness lies.
His homesickness was greater than ever, and it did not appeal to him to settle down and be good, work out his four years, and go home.
It is only a few miles away, and we imagined that, in some sudden attack of homesickness, he had gone back to his father, but nothing had been heard of him.
Results showed that homesickness was negatively correlated with perceived university support.
Jesse Donaldson's On Homesickness is a lovely, nostalgic tribute to the author's boyhood home, delivered in a series of brief and poetic vignettes.
The fact Andy Penman suffered from homesickness when he began his career in England was Everton's loss and Dundee's gain.
Kyrgios makes no secret of his battles with homesickness but the Australian is loving being in England.
He has cited homesickness among his reasons to return.
LISA Snowdon fears she might have a meltdown in the jungle after suffering a bout of homesickness.
However, her homesickness continues and one day she is found sleepwalking and is sent home the very next day for the sake of her health, much to her exultation and her acquaintances'.
COMING home this summer was the first time I experienced serious homesickness as a migrant.
Then, recalling homesickness he experienced during the 2011 World Cup in New Zealand, he added: "I struggled with homesickness.
When Rudy ran away in the Ivan Reitman movie Meatballs, he helped enshrine homesickness as one of the hallmarks of the camp experience alongside morning announcements, pranks, talent shows, and inter-camp rivalries.