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Mixed Feelings

Mixed Feelings - to have 2 or more emotions or feelings at the same time

  • I have mixed feelings about moving to a new city.
  • We have mixed feelings about Joe going to America.
  • My parents have mixed feelings about selling their house.
  • Do you have mixed feelings about your daughter getting married?
  • I have mixed feelings about spending so much money on my wedding.
  • We are happy we are finishing high school, but we still have mixed feelings about starting our lives.

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