Torn between (people or things)
Iku continued to be torn between her guilt of committing incest and her desire to remain together with Yori. See also:.
But they can also be torn between policy and character. Debra Dusenbury, owner of the Speer Cushion Co.
I know Sarah's been torn between going to college in-state to save money and studying abroad to have more of an adventure. This idiom was first recorded in I hope it is clearer for you now.
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In this week's episodes, JB continues to be torn between Celine and Jackie, while Celine grows impatient waiting for the right time for Jackie to learn the truth. The main female character Angie refuses to be exploited wants to stand for herselfbut becomes gradually the exploiter to or maybe "of"?
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Contestants should be torn between, say, who should be eliminated for the good of the team and who should be eliminated because they are romantic competition. Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. John was torn between his loyalty to his friend and knowing he needed to report the crime to the police. This causes him to be torn between Manny who says that he made a good deed Lady seeking sex tonight Hualapai Luke who believes his dad had been scammed.
Clinton seems to be torn between these two camps. The seven-nation ASEAN trading bloc may be torn between its policy of non-interference in members'domestic affairs and the group's adherence to the principle of peaceful transfer of power.
Likewise, Kate continues to be torn between Jack and Sawyer, and is jealous upon learning of Sawyer's relationship with Juliet. Charlie Wernham stated in an interview that Holly would be torn between Robbie and Jason.
I'm torn between the red dress and the blue one—which do you think looks better on me? Personally, if I were in the market for a inch budget tablet, I'd be torn between Lenovo's tablet and Samsung's. I have to admit that it seems ambiguous to myself too.
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And with a warm Beck's in my hand, I'll no doubt be torn between fascination and wondering what all the shouting's about.