40+ Cool Ways to Say “I Miss You” in English

"I can't work because all I do is think of you..."


The phrase “I miss you” seems too weak for some situations. It doesn’t capture that feeling of chaos and minor catastrophe caused by the absence of a true love or however you call them. To give the phrase more depth, sometimes you need to add props or a few extra words. 

1. I can't stop thinking about you.

2. I can't wait to see you again.

3. When will I see you again?

4. I hope I see you again soon.

5. I feel sad without you.

6. All I do is think of you.

7. I wish you were here.

8. I'm counting down the days.

9. I'm counting the days until I see you again.

10. Your picture makes me smile.

11. I think of you night and day.

12. I was thinking about you and it made me smile.

13. I've been thinking of you.

14. You have been running through my head all night.

15. I can't wait to see your beautiful face.

16. I think about you all the time.

17. I smile when I think of the time we spent together.

18. I miss you so much it hurts.

19. I can't work because all I do is think of you.

20. I can't sleep because I have been thinking of you so much.



21. I need you now.

22. I can't wait to be with you again.

23. I can't wait to talk to you again.

24. I look forward to seeing you again.

25. I would like to be with you again.

26. The world is not the same when you are away.

27. You've been on my mind.

28. You occupy my thoughts.

29. I yearn for you.

30. I long for you.

31. You crossed my mind.

32. I smile when I think of the time we spent together.

33. I miss you so much.

34. I want you here with me now.

35. I'm incomplete without you.

36. My life has a void when you are not with me.

37. I'm so unhappy without you.

38. Can't breath without you.

39. Your presence makes me a happy person.

40. My life is meaningless without you.

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  1. I have asked several times various tutors from English language teaching sites, including the present one whether the phrasal verbs THINK ABOUT and THINK OF overlap each other (by meaning), and if not, what are the cases they differ/use particularly solely. Now I see examples with THINK ABOUT and THINK OF and I cannot find out a difference (even in a hue) in using both phrasal verbs. So my particular inference is that both overlap by meaning.)

  2. I have asked several times various tutors from English language teaching sites, including the present one whether the phrasal verbs THINK ABOUT and THINK OF overlap each other (by meaning), and if not, what are the cases they differ/use particularly solely. Now I see examples with THINK ABOUT and THINK OF and I cannot find out a difference (even in a hue) in using both phrasal verbs. So my particular inference is that both overlap by meaning. Would you comment it, please? In addition let me say that I appreciate your (of your team, guys) perfect work!

40+ Cool Ways to Say “I Miss You” in English

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