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I know (just/exactly) how you feel

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishI know (just/exactly) how you feelI know (just/exactly) how you feelspokenKNOW something used to express sympathy with someone or with a remark they have just made I know how you feel, Mark, but maybe it’s better not to confront him. feel
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I know (just/exactly) how you feelI have a sudden urge to touch her, to hold her, to tell her I know how she feels.You ran a decent campaign, John, and I know how it feels to lose.I know how you feel about it ... You would rather wait - wait till we're married.I knew how he felt about me -- a short blind boy who hated leather basketballs.I know how he feels about me!I know how you feel, Doyle thought.I know how you feel, they're all or nothing.
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