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love

(Affection), noun adoration, ardor, attachment, attraction, cherishing, closeness, craving, crush, desire, devotedness, devotion, emotion, enchantment, esteem, fancy, fervor, flame, fondness, friendship, intimacy, like, liking, longing, mutual attraction, passion, rapture, regard, sentiment, tender passion, true love, wanting, warmth, weakness, yearning
Associated concepts: marriage ceremonies, same-sex marriages

love

(Penchant), noun affection, avocation, consummng interest, dedication, devotion, effort, inclination, likening for an interest, passion, predilection, pursuit, relished interest, vocation, zest for an effort
See also: affection, affinity, predilection, regard
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Through the eyes of the young and old; the lovesick and alone; the delinquent and belligerent, All But Gone peers deep inside the psyche for the truth behind our love and asks what use is love when the mind fractures and fades?
The Lovesick Expo is in Atlanta, GA January 25, 2015 11:00am-3:00pm, at Ambient Plus Studio, 85 Wells St SW, Atlanta, GA 30312.
She was just 10 when she launched her music career, singing the Hank Williams' classic Lovesick Blues on country star Rex Allen's radio show.
Frank and blunt about the matters, "Chasing Lovers" has plenty of moving verse for lovesick readers.
The book is about a fat "lovesick ghetto nerd" tackling a 500-year family curse stretching all the way back to its roots in the Dominican Republic.
The lovesick actor burst into a duet of the Beatles song Girl - the Lennon-penned track about a girl who messed her man about - with Pulp rocker Jarvis Cocker, 44.
According to the Xinhua news service, the Australian man has said that he was lovesick and depressed.
In the meantime he pals around with a talking rabbit named Ponta, and goes to middle school with a lovesick ghost and a semi-domesticated werewolf who eats dog food and has some of the manga's best lines ("Don't humans just eat the females after copulation anyway?" he asks).
Hemphill has a new book out, "Lovesick Blues: The Life of Hank Williams," published by Viking this fall.
"A Tragedy": A tragedy of Shakespearean proportions / Scaled down for the suburbs and a cast / Of gifted amateurs: two "honors" kids, / Lovesick eighth-graders not long disappeared / For whom the worst was feared, and now is over, / Dragged up from the river, final words / Slipped under rocks impossible to miss: / My mother tried to break us up forever--/ Her mother!
Speaking of which, the bonus tracks include a Lisa Germano cover, "Lovesick," which edges into expressionistic creepiness, and the swirling closer, "Some Words on Parting."
James Infirmary" to an Irish ballad called "The Unfortunate Rake." And in a story central to the heart of the book, he reveals how Emmett Miller's 1928 version of "Lovesick Blues" became "the direct inspiration for the 1948 performance that 25-year-old Hank Williams rode to fame." These events and countless others like them are, Tosches writes, "the story of American music itself: the story of the black stealing from the black, the white from the white, and the one from the other."