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  • hōmushikku


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • homesick

Examples of ホームシック in a Sentence

Homesickness is a longing to go back to where you are from.
He had not been in Tokyo a month when he got homesick.
He came back not because he was homesick, but because he was running short of money.
I took for granted that he got homesick.
I feel homesick.
The girl was sick for home.
All of us were homesick.
Alone in the big city, I began to get homesick.
I'm still feeling a little homesick and so many things seem strange to me.

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