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    "He feels like a father whom she always felt the absence of."

    "He feels like a father whom she always felt the absence of."

    I can't understand what this sentence is trying to tell. Can you please help me? :( Is it even a proper sentence?

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    Re: "He feels like a father whom she always felt the absence of."

    It's not a good sentence. It means that she always felt the absence of her father; he was never around. But this man feels like a real father to her.

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