60 Other Ways to Say I MISS YOU in English

The expression “I miss you” tends to convey sorrow over the absence of a loved one.

As it is, the expression has a decidedly personal tone and character. Nevertheless, you can find ways to say “I miss you” either without its sorrowful connotation or with an even more dramatic one.

Formal/Professional Ways to Say “I Miss You”

Though it might sound strange, you could say “I miss you” within a formal setting. Here are some alternative formal expressions that can be used to carry a similar message:

  1. “I look forward to seeing you again soon.”
  2. “I’d be delighted to meet with you again.”
  3. “Please don’t hesitate to visit me soon.”
  4. “I hope we can stay in touch.”

As you can see, while still relatable, these sentences are not as “passionate” or “intimate”. They are frequently used when closing a professional letter and still manifest a yearning to maintain contact with a distant individual, though in ways that don’t imply a special type of relationship.

Informal Ways to Say “I Miss You”

Informal ways to say “I miss you” are overwhelmingly numerous. Some examples include:

  1. “I yearn for you.”
  2. “I wish you were here.”
  3. “I’m unhappy without you.”
  4. “I can’t wait to see you again.”
  5. “Miss you so much!”
  6. “I can’t imagine not missing you.”

These are used in far more personal contexts and circumstances and can be understood by general audiences.

Idiomatic/Slang Ways to Say “I Miss You”

These are expressions where the meaning can be difficult to derive from the literal sense of the words but is understood from the context. Some of them are used within specific social groups. These include:

  1. “You’re always in the back of my head” (“in the back of my head” is another way to say “on my mind.”)
  2. “IMY” (I miss you) or “IMY2” (I miss you, too.) Alternatively, “IMU” (I miss u.)
  3. “Can’t breathe without you” (this doesn’t entail that the person literally has a respiratory impediment due to not being with their loved one, but it’s a metaphorical way to get the point across.)
  4. “I miss you like a hole in the head.”
  5. “You are the peanut butter to my jelly.”
  6. “I miss you like Howard misses Sheldon” (referring to two characters from “The Big Bang Theory” sitcom).

These expressions can be used in similar situations as their informal counterparts, though specific audiences may struggle to understand some words or acronyms.

Other Ways to Say I MISS YOU in English

List of many different ways to say I MISS YOU in English. Learn these synonyms for I Miss You to improve your vocabulary and speaking skills in English.

  1. I need to see you
  2. I long for you
  3. I yearn for you
  4. I miss your smile
  5. I miss your laugh
  6. I miss you so much
  7. I feel sad without you
  8. I wish you were here
  9. You crossed my mind
  10. I hope I see you again
  11. I miss seeing your face
  12. All I do is think of you
  13. Can’t breathe without you
  14. You’ve been on my mind
  15. I’ve been thinking of you
  16. I miss you so much it hurts
  17. I hope I see you again soon
  18. I can’t wait to see you again
  19. I can’t stop thinking about you
  20. Your picture makes me smile
  21. I think about you all the time
  22. I think of you night and day
  23. I want you here with me now
  24. I can’t wait to talk to you again
  25. I can’t wait to be with you again
  26. I can’t sleep because I have been thinking of you so much.
  27. When can I see you again?
  28. When will I see you again?
  29. I’m counting down the days
  30. I’m incomplete without you
  31. I’m so unhappy without you
  32. I would like to be with you again
  33. My life is meaningless without you
  34. You occupy my thoughts
  35. I look forward to seeing you again
  36. I can’t wait to see your beautiful face
  37. I can’t work because all I do is think of you
  38. I’m counting the days until I see you again
  39. My life has a void when you are not with me
  40. The world is not the same when you are away
  41.  Your presence makes me a happy person
  42. I smile when I think of the time we spent together
  43. I was thinking about you and it made me smile
  44. You have been running through my head all night.
  45. IMY

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Attaulrehman
Attaulrehman
4 years ago

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Rathnakara J
Rathnakara J
4 years ago

It’s very useful to learn english

José Eduardo dos Santos.
José Eduardo dos Santos.
4 years ago

Na tradução,a numeração está fora de ordem.

HARIIR
HARIIR
4 years ago

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Max
Max
2 years ago

Highly interesting!