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  • And with this simple confession of faith, the love-stricken dragoon left her to execute his part of the project which she had formed for the pair.

    Vanity Fair

  • It was she who made the talk when she was in the company of this love-stricken partner.

    The History of Pendennis

  • You can't make up your mind and often regret your situation as the love-stricken bad guy.

    waterdiluted Diary Entry

  • Wishing to get a more definite idea of this love-stricken M. Isidore; whose position seemed to me of the least secure, I requested her to favour me with a personal description; but she could not describe: she had neither words nor the power of putting them together so as to make graphic phrases.

    Villette

  • Yet the captain-general was asking as if he were a love-stricken youth.

    Conan the Relentless

  • Twice before have we seen her on that errand -- when she first was love-stricken for Miss Le Pettit in the farmhouse parlour, and again when on her search for work she saw the querulous young Mrs. Lear in the dim kitchen.

    The White Riband A Young Female's Folly

  • "Herrera!" repeated Baltasar, with affected unconcern; "is not that the name of your former protégé, the love-stricken swain who ventured to aspire to the hand of your fair daughter?"

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 59, No. 363, January, 1846

  • Or again, both of the love-stricken swains may have dipped, into the

    From John O'Groats to Land's End

  • Here is his advice to the love-stricken Mr. Toots, whom he recommends to learn the guitar, or at least the flute; for women like music when you are paying your addresses to 'em, and he has found the advantage of it himself.

    Charles Dickens and Music

  • As the love-stricken maid grew fully awake, she cried:

    Saronia A Romance of Ancient Ephesus

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