to miss: [transitive] to feel sad because you can no longer see somebody or do something that you like
She will be greatly missed when she leaves.
What did you miss most when you were in France?
miss (somebody/something) doing something I don't miss getting up at six every morning!
I often hear "Who do you miss? / I miss my wife" not "Who are you missing? / I am missing my wife"
so, my question is:
do we have continuous form for the verb "miss (miss here means to feel sad because you can no longer see somebody or do something that you like)"?