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    Question "he fill the hole in your heart"

    Hello all ;
    is it alright to say "he fill the hole in your heart"? does it mean (he could fulfill your loneliness)?

    is that correct?

    kind regards

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    Re: "he fill the hole in your heart"

    Quote Originally Posted by 1364
    Hello all ;
    is it alright to say "he fill the hole in your heart"? does it mean (he could fulfill your loneliness)?

    is that correct?

    kind regards
    Yes, it's quite all right.
    The hole in one's heart could be a sense of loneliness, emptiness, extreme sadness, longing to be loved, etc. If someone fills that hole/gap, then you know the person makes you complete and happy.


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